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Transplanting Dogwoods – When And How To Transplant A Dogwood Tree

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.


Your 11-Step Guide to Transplanting Trees and Shrubs

Your 11-Step Guide to Transplanting Trees and Shrubs: When transplanting nursery stock, you'll often be dealing with plants that have been balled and burlapped.


How to Transplant Raspberries

How to transplant raspberries plus tips for growing this delicious summer fruit in the home garden.