How to Plant
First unpack your trees, remove all packing materials carefully untangle the roots and soak the roots in water 3 to 6 hours do not allow the roots to dry out.
Properly dig a hole, a bit wide than seems required, so the roots can cultivate outward without crowding remove any grass within a 3-foot circular area to aid root growth, turn soil in an area up to 3 feet in diameter.
Always plant the tree at the similar depth it stood in the nursery, with abundance of room for the roots. Partially fill the hole, firming the soil around the lower roots do not add soil amendments such as peat or bark. Do not use fertilizer, potting soil, or chemicals on your new trees.
Spade in the residual soil. It should be firmly but not tightly packed construct a water-holding basin around the tree give the tree plenty of water.
See after the water has soaked in, spread defensive mulch two inches deep in a 3-foot diameter area around the base of the tree, but not touching the trunk. The soil and mulch around your trees should be kept moist but not soggy. During dry weather, kindly water the tree every 7 to 10 days throughout the first year.
At last and always water slowly at the dripline.