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Got a beautiful tree in your yard, but it was planted in the wrong place? Don't cut it down - simply move it! Jason Cameron ...
shows you how.
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Male: It’s another DIY network, desperate landscapes quick tip.
Jason: I'm Jason Cameron. If you have a big beautiful tree in your front landscape that was planted in the wrong place, don’t cut it, move it. Here are three important tips you need to know to tackle this project yourself.
First of, the most important thing is making sure you dig deep and get as many roots as possible so what we want to do is start digging around, we want to dig about here but we want dig away from the tree. This is key to making sure the tree has the best chance for survival. And remember, when it comes to digging, go wide and create a nice big circle around the tree trunk. Second, do everything you can not to damage the tree roots or break limbs, get some helpers rather than struggling with the tree yourself and always wrap burlap around the root bulb to make it easier to carry and move into place. Finally, remember fall is the best time to transplant a tree. It gives the tree plenty of time to get settled before the next growing season
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