Are you looking to planting the best trees this fall season? If so, you might find this article handy. Lee Reich shows you some crucial steps in planting your fall trees this season and hes got some amazing ideas for you to share. Lee will help you get your trees looking fresh and healthy like you never though imaginable. Check out his examples, and learn a few new trips and tricks.
- Lee Reich and I both consider this prime time for planting trees and shrubs. The trick is knowing how to do it right.
- a longtime friend and fellow garden writer, as the unusual fruit guy, because one of the first books of his I read was called “Uncommon Fruits Worthy of Attention,”
- Lee and I have another trait in common: We’re both old-fashioned in our approach to horticulture, leaning heavily toward the science.
“In the spring, especially if you have bare-root plants, sometimes they start to grow before you get them in the ground. The soil can be very wet; it’s too wet to dig holes. There is this rush because the roots want to be in the ground because the stems are staring to grow, but you can’t get them in the ground.”