Tree planting can be difficult to ensure that the young sapling or more established tree takes to the site. Having experts who are established in the industry of tree servicing is a great way to get a leg-up and improve the percentage of successful implantation. Transplanting a tree can also be tricky and hold many variables. Having little or no experience in tree transplanting can cause a negative affect on the outcome of your transplant. We are competent and experts in the planting and transplanting of trees. We respect the living shrubbery, saplings and various species. Having great experience with tree transplanting and planting has made us the premiere choice for residents of Bakersfield.
To plant a tree successfully is important to the lifespan of the organism. The steps involved include digging the planting hole, ensuring that it is a good consistency and hospitable to the tree being planted. We place the new tree strategically and with the knowledge of the growth potential of the variety. Planting trees is important to our environment; we are committed to planting successful and healthy trees throughout Bakersfield and maintaining that health as the tree grows.
New trees should be watered heavily for the first week after planting. This is an important step that can be completed by our team for an affordable fee, or instructions can be left with our clients to help successful implantation. Watering will give the new sapling the elements it needs to hold into the ground and be able to flourish in the coming years. With the assistance of our highly educated staff you will be able to nurture your new foliage to great health and substance. Taking sure that you are following aftercare steps will prevent death to your tree following planting or transplantation.
Transplanting Small Trees
Transplanting small deciduous trees should be moved in early spring before growth begins or fall after the leaves drop from the bush. When you are considering transplanting your evergreen tree a better timeline to follow would be early spring and late summer. The success of your transplant is based on the steps that are followed by the transplanting party and the aftercare provided to the tree or shrubbery. Trees can be moved when not young however this is more dangerous to the health and lifespan of the tree.
Uprooting a Tree
There are a few good practices that should be followed prior to the transplanting or uprooting of your tree. Having a heavy watering of the soil prior to the dig will give you a better chance of a successful transplant. We suggest at least three days prior to the excursion you heavily water the surrounding ground. When you are removing the tree be sure to keep the roots safe and in tact. Tools used to remove trees by novice or DIY transplants generally include a shovel. Caution should be used when utilizing this tool for removal. To stop damage of roots dig up the root ball by hand.