04 Aug 2010

Desert Trees

Landscape, Maintenance 10 Comments

Desert trees are native to this area and do not require and fertilization. Your drip emitters will be close to the root ball of the tree when first installed, and should be pulled away as the tree matures to approximately half the diameter of the canopy. This will help prevent the tree from blowing over and assist in developing a healthier root system. Once the tree is established, you should eliminate the drip system to the tree and water deeply with the hose twice per month.

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