Recently received my final order of fruittrees, 90 apple trees and 5 pear. I would like to start planting them but in Ireland their is an unusually cold spell of weather coming down from Russia. Temps could get down to -6/7 for a few consecutive nights, but it shouldn't last too long maybe 3/4 days.
Would my bare root apple trees be ok once properly planted? Or should I just wait untill.next week?
Hi Jay, you can plant them as soon as you can turn the ground. My suggestion is to water them in well and put a nice thick ring of mulch around the base of the trunk but not touching. Bare root trees are tough as long as the roots stay moist.
"An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
posted 6 months ago
Thanks for the feedback Scott
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