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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting
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How to Plant Apple Trees Most apples are sold as bare-root plants, although you can find them in containers. Look for trees with strong
Colonnade trees should have evenly spaced side branches. When to plant: Plant bare-root trees in full sun with well-drained soil in late winter or early spring;
growing apples, apricots, peaches or plums? This is a great time to buy bare-root or container fruit trees and plant them in your garden. For most fruit
How to Plant Apple TreesMost apples are sold as bare-root plants, although you can find them in containers. Look for trees with strong
Colonnade trees should have evenly spaced side branches. When to plant: Plant bare-root trees in full sun with well-drained soil in late winter or early spring;
“Bare root plants.” — birdiee
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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Orchard
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How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and
Planting guidelines: Plant bare-root persimmons in the spring, once the soil can be worked. Container-grown
persimmons have a long taproot, so the soil should be loose.How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and
“the ground” — Hugo Acuna
Wendy Cutler
Quince
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guidelines: Look for a bare-root or container tree with evenly spaced branches. Plant when the soil can be worked; for bare-root trees, in late winter or
guidelines: Look for a bare-root or container tree with evenly spaced branches. Plant when the soil can be worked; for bare-root trees, in late winter or
“tree idea” — jenevemwa
Northern Virginia Premier Custom Design & Build Landscape Company
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The Watershed Company
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Steps down through grasses and strawberries
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regions (California and Florida, for instance) can plant now, but most bare-root crowns are available in early spring and can be planted as soon as the
“Ground cover” — moseley3
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
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Get traditional winter plantings in the ground. Now's time to plant bare-root roses, fruit trees, berries, even shade trees. Keep the roots moist until
“Fence & raised beds” — a2logue
Curtis Adams
Spotted Beebalm
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with moist stratification of seeds for two months in the refrigerator. Bare-root plants are available from online nurseries for spring planting. Some nurseries
with moist stratification of seeds for two months in the refrigerator. Bare-root plants are available from online nurseries for spring planting. Some nurseries
“bee plant” — mytippett
Aaron Jerad Designs
Edible Forest Garden
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sun with well-drained soil; amend if your soil is heavy or too sandy. Bare-root trees are the most common and should be planted in late winter or early
sun with well-drained soil; amend if your soil is heavy or too sandy. Bare-root trees are the most common and should be planted in late winter or early
“Edible forest garden. Permaculture. Food Forest.” — Falon Land Studio LLC
Grenfell & Peplow
Newly Planted Formal Rose Garden
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features a selection of David Austin roses and small box plants — all bought bare-rooted in November at much less cost than potted plants. This photo shows the
features a selection of David Austin roses and small box plants — all bought bare-rooted in November at much less cost than potted plants. This photo shows the
“How to plant bare root plants.” — birdiee
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