When is The Best Time to Transplant Trees?
The best time to transplant deciduous trees is in fall after their leaves have dropped or in spring before they begin to leaf out. Transplanting is also possible all winter as long as the ground is solid (either frozen or dry). Summer transplanting is not recommended unless absolutely necessary. Evergreen trees can be transplanted year-round although summer transplanting is not recommended.
What Can I Do to Ensure My Tree Will Survive?
Water them! Most homeowners do not realize that their newly planted trees require watering until they are established (which can take up to a year). See the recommendations on our Tree Care page.
How Big a Tree can You Transplant for Me?
We can transplant most deciduous trees up to an 8” trunk caliper. This is the distance across the trunk one foot off the ground. With evergreens, we can transplant trees even larger than this.
Do You Have a Price List Online?
No, we don’t. We provide a custom quote for each tree. Factors such as location to job site vs. nursery location as well as the size and type of tree all go in to determining the price for each job.
Do You Offer Wholesale Pricing?
We offer both wholesale and retail pricing. Wholesale pricing is available to nurseries, landscapers and other contractors on an hourly basis. Retail pricing is available to homeowners and property owners on a per tree basis.
How Soon Can You Plant My Tree?
Scheduling depends on the time of year. We require at least three days to perform a One Call to verify that there are no underground pipes or wires where the tree is currently planted or where it will be going. Our busiest times of year are fall and spring where our schedule can be filled up to a month in advance.