I am wanting to plant a few hundred trees to do some reclamation on our...

Asked February 6, 2019, 5:09 PM EST

I am wanting to plant a few hundred trees to do some reclamation on our property. The trees recommended by the division of Forestry are from WVA and are generally one and sometimes two year seelings. I am guessing this is "Bare root". If so is the spring the best time to plant them or is early fall better. If spring when is too early or too late to plant? Thanks you

Medina County Ohio

1 Response

spring is the best time to plant bare root seedlings. This can be done anytime the ground starts to thaw (late Feb/early March) and usually up to about May 1st.

Kathy