Zach Hurley wrote:Thanks for the reply!
I've got a place marked out for most of them but didn't want to stun them with how hot it has been. When I put them in the ground, how do I care for them? Simply water a little everyday? I know that sounds dumb but I simply don't know.
I had them covered to retain humidity. I saw a cool drip system with a 5 gallon bucket that I'd like to try for some trees in the future so I may try it out on these first.
Should I throw them in the ground now? Or try to keep them alive until spring?
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