When is the best time to plant a pine tree?
Elizabeth Michels Pinizzotto on May 30, 2017the best time is late summer or early fall when the soil temp is between 60 and 70 degrees F.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on May 30, 2017nearly spring or fall is the best time for planting trees.Helpful Reply
Jan Clark on May 30, 2017Depending on where you live, you want to plant ANY tree or shrub when it is going dormant so it can acclimate in its new spot. In North Texas, that's mid to late October when the weather is cooling but the ground hasn't frozen.Helpful Reply
Debbie West on May 31, 2017If tree is potted, it can be planted anytime as long as you water faithfully each week until cold weather returns.Helpful Reply
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