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A faster rate, such as in loose, sandy soil, may signal potentially dry site.



Jan 10, Dogwoods grow best in well drained, slightly acidic soils. They’re not drought tolerant, and should get plenty of water. The dogwood tree blooms for a few weeks in the spring, with four-petaled white flowers. Its leaves turn a spectacular red in the fall before dropping.

The tree has bright crimson berries that birds just love. The dogwood can be trained to grow with a single trunk or as a picturesque multi-trunked tree. Aug 25, Step 1. To begin the planting process, start by digging your planting hole at least three times as wide and as deep or not much deeper than the root ball of your dogwood tree.

The wider the hole the better.



Temperatures above 85 degrees F will quickly kill stored saplings.



Place native soil removed from planting hole around the perimeter of the hole, in a wheel barrow, or on a tarp. May 24, Planting Dogwood Care. Bare root and burlap dogwood trees should be transplanted in late fall or early spring. Container grown trees can be transplanted anytime of the year, provided they are watered regularly after planting.





A dogwood should be planted about two-thirds the depth of its root treecutter.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins. Planting your dogwood: Before you plant, cut off any damaged roots with a sharp knife, and soak plant roots in water for hours.

Bareroot saplings can be planted with a planting bar (often called a dibble), shovel or mattock. Saplings should be planted no deeper than the depth they were planted in the nursery.





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