In September, the heat remains from summer. However, gradually, the temperatures begin to temper.
Those slightly more comfortable cooler mornings and evenings offer some relief serving as a preview into the milder days of autumn ahead.
The fall is an ideal time to plan and prepare your outdoor property, including planting or transplanting trees.
Here are a few reasons why those considering adding trees into their ecological equation should act now.
- Transplanted trees need to adjust to their new surroundings, developing new root systems.
- The autumn cooperatively provides milder temperatures and frequent rainfall.
- The soil is still warmer and agreeable to young plants, reducing shock.
These conditions result in trees that can acclimate into the ground, focusing their energies literally on rooting themselves without the diversion of producing foliage or the stress of excessive sun exposure.
Providing ample time and temperatures will give new or transplanted trees the best opportunity to thrive in their distinct locations.
Would you like to add or relocate trees on your property? However, you could use some professional input choosing the type, determining the ideal spots, and which trees to remove?
Contact South Jersey’s top tree professionals, and we’ll get to the root of it!