- Bare-root trees are shipped, sold, and transplanted in the early spring. Trees are planted when in dormancy, and are most tolerant of root disturbance. Bare-root trees are more economical than potted or burlap wrapped plants and are often easier (more successful) for novices. Keep bare-root plants in their wrappings, keep wrapping paper moist but not soaked, and store in a cool dark or shady place (a basement? garage?).
- Pick a good spot with the site characteristics you need (sun/shade, wet-dry, loam/clay) and consider the dimensions of the grown plant (i.e., do not plant a tree that gets to 80 ft under a powerline). Dig a hole that is about 2X the size of the root ball, set soil to one side.
- NOTE: Please order 3 plants to increase chances of fruit set. Individual plants of this species are either -pollen producing or flower producing, individuals producing flower will only set fruit if pollen from an nearby individual is available. Ordering at least three plants increases the chances your plants will fruit.
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