Bagged Trees Vs. Container Trees

Planting a tree is a rewarding endeavor!

For those inclined towards do-it-yourself projects, bagged or container trees are often the preferred choice due to their ease of transportation. At our nursery, we cultivate trees in both bags and containers. While container growth is minimized to prevent the tree from outgrowing its current pot and necessitating frequent replanting, we favor the use of grow bags as an effective above-ground cultivation method. The utilization of grow bags promotes the development of a fibrous root system, essential for the tree’s successful integration into your garden. This method fosters an environment conducive to root growth, discouraging circling or girdling. The fibrous roots are optimized for efficient nutrient and water absorption. The stable, flat base of the bags facilitates the growth of straight trees, with many featuring handles for ease of handling.

If you are in search of quality trees, we invite you to visit our nursery or explore our offerings at ‘colorgardens.com’.Example of bagged trees and container trees.

 

 

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