26 October 2019 |

Which Trees to Transplant in the Fall in Colorado

Written by CSU Hort Agents
By:Emily Jack-Scott (Garfield County Colorado Master Gardener) As a rule of thumb the best times to transplant most trees and woody shrubs is in early spring (as soon as the soil can be worked), or in fall (after leaves drop) – the key factor being that the tree or shrub is in dormancy.In some parts of the country, fall planting is actually preferable since most trees are channeling energy
By: Emily Jack-Scott (Garfield County Colorado Master Gardener) As a rule of thumb the best times to transplant most trees and woody shrubs is in early spring (as soon as the soil can be worked), or in fall (after leaves drop) – the key factor being that the tree or shrub is in dormancy. In some parts of the country, fall planting is actually preferable since most trees are channeling energy

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