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When it comes to planting a new tree or shrub, it’s good to ensure you get it right if you want them to have the best start in life. Things to consider are the health of the roots, the soil, weather conditions and the aftercare.
Tree planting is best done during Autumn, or between October and April. It’s best to avoid planting in frozen or waterlogged soil. In order to avoid the frozen soil, it’s normally advised to plant trees in late August, September or October.
Due to less chance of heat waves to scorch the newly-planted trees. Cooler temperatures tend to help encourage new root growth, but be sure to protect your trees from freezing in the cold weather.
Arborlife tree surgeons can advise on the planting and management of trees throughout Surrey, contact us here.