When I look at houses one of the things that first catches my attention are the big beautiful tree’s surrounding the home.
If you are like me though and live in a new neighborhood with very little plant growth you might be craving more tree’s. So of course I get to planting! You may think that spring is the best time to plant tree’s, but have you considered Fall? Take a look to learn more:
Many trees grow well when planted in fall, says arborist Tom Tyler of Bartlett Tree Experts.
Although people often associate planting with spring, fall offers some advantages, he explains.
“Warm soil encourages root growth prior to the onset of winter, while air temperatures tend to be cooler and more stable, reducing the amount of stress on newly planted trees.
Have you ever planted your own tree before?