With September starting, it is time to start thinking about fall, which is a good time to plant trees and shrubs. The cool temperatures and adequate rainfall (most years) make for an ideal time for planting woody plants. In the spring many times, it is too wet and the soil too cool to get newly planted trees and shrubs off to a good start. Many times gardeners are much too busy to plant in the early spring, as well.
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