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I have a friend who is offering me several small - 1 1/2' - 2' - pine trees. I was wondering if anyone knew the best time of year to transplant them.

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Hoosierdaddy said:
I have a friend who is offering me several small - 1 1/2' - 2' - pine trees. I was wondering if anyone knew the best time of year to transplant them.

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Brett
I always liked Fall,cooler temps. and they should get enough moisture.But I have been known to water trees in Winter.

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you can plant them now as long as you don't leave them dry out. pines are never really dormant.
 

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Interesting, I never thought about the fact that pines are never dormant. But, I think waiting for the cooler temps, fewer watering needs, makes a lot of sense.

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Brett
 
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