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Tree planting can be easy if you can avoid a few common mistakes that most of us make. If tree planting is done in a burrow too deep it will not allow the proper amount of oxygen get to the roots to ensure good growth. If the burrow is not wide enough the roots will be unable to expand enough to nourish and the tree will not be anchored properly.  Transplanting a tree deeper than its original container soils should be avoided.  If dealing with a bare root tree, it is important to know that the width of the hole should be not less than 3 times the width of the container.  If you bought a plant wrapped in a ball or burlap and you still haven't planted it yet, you may keep it in an area with shade, you just have to see to it that the root section of the plants remains moisturized.  Lifting the tree with its ball instead of its trunk is the proper way to do in lifting a tree. 

If the tree is wrapped in natural burlap you can pull it back a third of the way off the ball; if the burlap is plastic or synthetic you will need to cut away all of the burlap.  You also have to keep in mind that it is important to remove all the strings and twines.  In order to secure the settlement of the tree, you may start adding your back - fill soil like compost, topsoil or peat moss around the tree once it is already placed in the excavation area. Be sure not to pack down the back-fill, this may prevent any water from reaching the roots and the roots will be unable to expand out as they should. 

Container trees at utahstumpgrinders.com can also be stored for a short time but because they are container trees they have a tendency to heat up faster and dry out quicker.  The burlap tree or ball tree probably has the same method of planting to others.  

 

All containers must be removed especially when it is metal or plastic, however, if the container is made up of fiber, then it is advisable to remove only the side part and leave the bottom part. Check the roots after removing from the container; if they seem to be root-bound use your fingers to loosen the roots and spread them out. Click here to get started!