05 Aug 2010

Non-Desert Trees

Installation, Landscape 3 Comments

Non-desert trees such as citrus, ficus, elms, and palms (just to name a few) prefer additional water supplied from a separate irrigation line. These trees will require more fertilizers and generally do better when planted as a young tree (15 gal. or smaller) vs. a mature specimen which will have a hard time with acclimation.

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