Planting shrubs in June?
Is June too late to plant shrubs? (boxwoods, cherry tree, azalea)
Wicomico County Maryland
Yes, you can plant in June, but you should be faithful about giving them a good start, not planting them too deeply and keeping them watered if/when we don't get rain.
Speaking of rain, if your soil is really wet, you need to wait to plant.
A good way to test is to take a handful and squeeze. If it sticks together, it's too wet.
Here is our page on trees and shrubs. Take a look at the Planting Tips publication and the video on planting container plants: