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Transplanting a Young Willow Tree?

The willow is about 2 years old and has started to bud. Is it too late to move it?

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December 3, 20171 found this helpful

The issue with transplanting willows is their roots are rather extensive. The older and bigger the tree, the more extensive the root system is. So, if you are going to move it, the sooner the better. Pick and day when it is not too hot, spring is the best time. Don't let the roots dry out--dig your new hole before digging it up. Because the roots are extensive, you want it as far as possible (at least 30 feet or so) from any foundations, walls, or water/sewer pipes.

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