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These trees include: Crataegus, Prunus, Populus, Pyrus, Quercus alba, coccinea, palustris and robur types. We can only. dig. these trees as a “Customer Risk” since the timing of the digging is inappropriate for the best chance of survival.

Planting these trees in the fall is a good idea if the trees were dug in the treeclear.buzz: dyates. NJ Tree Foundation’s Fall Digging Hazards These are trees that we have found to have poor survival rates when dug for transplanting in the Fall.

When possible, secure Spring dug material or container-grown trees. Acer rubrum and cultivars Red Maple Betula species Birch Carpinus species Hornbeam Celtis species HackberryMissing: Melrose MA. The ideal time to dig and transplant trees of this type is just as they are breaking dormancy in the spring.

At that point there is no large crown of foliage to support and the approaching flush of growth makes healing a much more rapid process than in the fall when the growth process are slowing down with the approach of treeclear.buzzg: Melrose MA. These plants require special attention for fall digging and planting. To learn more about Fall Transplant Hazards: Click Here to read an article by Michelle Sutton/ Nina Bassuk of Cornell Click here to read an article by Bill Flemer III, formerly of Princeton Nurseries.

Click here to see the list from NJDEP Division of Parks & Forestry Abies concolor – Concolor FirMissing: Melrose MA.

Trees-Fall Dig Hazard. [email protected] Acer rubrum, RED MAPLE Liriodenron, TULIP TREE Betula, BIRCH Magnolia virginiana, SWEET BAY MAGNOLIA Carpinus, HORNBEAM Nyssa sylvatica, BLACK GUM Celtis, HACKBERRY Ostrya, HOP HORNBEAM Cercidiphyllum, KATSURA Platanus, SYCAMOREMissing: Melrose MA. FALL SEASON"DO NOT DIG" LIST The Following Plants Are Recommended For Spring Digging Only.

These Plants Will Only Be Dug In The Fall At The Customer Risk. Page 1 of 2 Pages. MAGNOLIA x 'Pinkie' Pinkie Magnolia MAGNOLIA x 'Ricki' Ricki Magnolia MAGNOLIA x soulangiana Saucer MagnoliaMissing: Melrose MA.

These trees include: Crataegus, Prunus, Populus, Pyrus, Quercus alba, coccinea, palustris and robur types. We can only dig these trees as a “Customer Risk” since the timing of the digging is inappropriate for the best chance of survival.

Planting these trees in the fall is a good idea if the trees Missing: Melrose MA. Aug 21, So if we know the “why” about fall digging hazards what can we do to minimize the risk when job site limitations demand fall digging? Here are several steps we have found to improve survivability. 1.) When possible substitute for a tree which does not fall into one of the above categories.

2.) Have the tree root-pruned during the spring or Missing: Melrose MA.