Most of the trees and shrubs we are offering this fall are moving into their winter dormant state. This means that leaves are in different states of senescence (dying back) and many are turning red, yellow, or brown, and some have already fallen off for the winter. Planting in the fall allows time for roots to grow without the stress of moisture loss due to a full crown of transpiring leaves. When buds begin to swell in spring, and as leaves begin to emerge, these established roots are better able to keep up with the plant's moisture needs and transplant shock is minimized.
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