Did you know that Fall is a great time to plant perennials, bulbs, trees and shrubs? It absolutely is. Container plants and balled-and-burlapped specimens usually have well-developed root systems. Because roots don’t have to supply nutrients and water to growing stems and new leaves, they can concentrate on getting established. Roots grow — although slowly — even when soil temperature is as low as 40 degrees.
Before you plant, make sure to allow enough time for the roots to get settled in and acclimated before cold weather sets in. Be sure to mulch well to conserve soil temperature too.
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