Email Shares We typically think of spring as prime planting season, but when it comes to deciduous fruit trees, it pays to get an earlier start. Advantages abound: Less Stress Planting is a fundamentally stressful experience for plants, because their roots get disturbed in the process. But planting when a plant is fully dormant eliminates this issue. Establishes Faster Fruit trees are often slow growing, taking three years or more to begin bearing a crop.
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Digital versions Getting familiar with nude trees There's much to be said for the traditional field grown, bare root tree. Grown in the ground instead of a plastic container filled with potting mix, bare root trees are dug in winter once fully dormant, then sold literally without soil around the roots. Essentially, bare root trees are nude. At least until spring, when buds will burst and the trees clothe themselves with beautiful new foliage.