Dogwood Tree Transplanting: How And When To Move A Dogwood - Flowering dogwoods are native to most areas of the eastern United States. They are useful as understory trees for partially shaded locations or even a fully sunny site, but often planted in improper locations and require transplanting. Can dogwood trees be transplanted? They certainly can, but follow a few tips on when to move a dogwood and how to do it correctly beforehand.
Transplanting a Japanese maple is not difficult, but there are a few key things to know to prevent doing serious harm to your tree. The two most important factors in successfully transplanting Japanese maple t
Golden Rain Tree (Koelreuteria Paniculata) - Zone 5-9b Full Sun. 30' Height/Width. Beautiful, deciduous tree that provides lots of shade in summer and beautiful fall colors in Autumn.Great small shade tree in areas like: near utility lines & along streets. Fast growth (13" to 24"+ per year & 50 yr life span). Average water needs & any well-drained soil. Tolerates drought, heat, wind, air pollution & some salt spray. Propagate by cuttings, self-seeds prolifically-Don't transplant in fall.