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Golden Leaves


     Whether newly installed or relocated from another place on site, it is important to ensure that trees get enough water after planting.  It is rare that irrigation systems will provide adequate water to sufficiently hydrate the entire root ball and nearby soil of a newly planted tree.  The best way for the average homeowner to water their new trees is to allow the hose to run at a slow trickle over the root zone of the tree for twenty minutes or more, depending on soil type.  This should be done at least once per week in cooler, wet weather and more often during hot or dry periods.  Watering bags can be supplied upon request for an additional fee.  Once a tree is well established, it rarely needs supplemental watering, except in drought circumstances.  Pruning trees while young will ensure proper growth with maturity.  Our team can help recommend the best practices for your landscape.

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