Any tree, though particularly an immature specimen, is extremely vulnerable during replanting or potting, especially during the spring and summer months.
East-Sussex, England, (PRWEB UK) 29 May 2013
It’s a sad fact that trees can sometimes become a failed investment. There’s no need for them to be, but after picking out the perfect species and getting their garden ready some individuals still fall at the last hurdle, the planting and care of their trees.
Any tree, though particularly an immature specimen, is extremely vulnerable during replanting or potting, especially during the spring and summer months. There are specific planting guidelines for a reason, helping to ensure that new trees get off to a good start in the important months following the initial purchase.
English Woodlands, an East-Sussex based tree supplier, recognises the importance of proper planting techniques during the warmer months, when moisture requirements are at their absolute highest. After a high performing sale on spring flowering cherries during May, they’re hoping to help customers make the most of their investments with the company. This comes in the form of a new advice series, covering all the necessities of tree planting and placement.
Potential and existing customers can check out the new series, ‘Don’t Kill your Trees!’, hosted at blog.ewburrownursery.co.uk. The first post is already out for consumption, covering essential topics about initial planting and care. Readers can read up on correct planting depth, the importance of soil quality and why you never mulch too close to the trunk.
Over the next fortnight the company will be expanding the series with a wider variety of posts sharing essential planting information for any new investments. Visitors will be able to learn how to use correct watering techniques and planting arrangements to ensure trees have enough moisture during the important early months, and best staking practices for the first few years of a tree’s life, along with common mistakes to avoid.
From their nursery in East-Sussex, English Woodlands have operated as one of the UK’s premier suppliers of trees, plants, and planting accessories since their creation in 1919. The new advice series is targeted towards helping consumers during a sometimes-difficult period for planting, and represents another step towards their overall goal of providing a comprehensive online resource for customers and interested individuals alike. Whether seeking smaller specimens or plants for screening, English Woodlands are always happy to help.