If you're transplanting into sandy soils, we suggest watering trees often but lightly. Since an average garden hose will deliver five gallons per minute, this means running a hose for two minutes every other day for the first two weeks would be ideal. After that, watering can be decreased to twice a week.
If you're transplanting in clay soil, we suggest watering heavily but less often. Five minutes twice a week for the first two weeks should work.
We suggest limited pruning on all transplanted trees. Pruning affects the amount of energy a tree can produce, which affects root growth and tree health.
When mulching, it's important to leave a two inch space between the trunk and the mulching material. Mulch can be spread three inches thick and three feet in diameter around the tree.
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It's best to fertilize trees early in the spring, along the drip line. However, trees can be fertilized any time.
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