Transplanting Trees

Trees don’t always have to settle their roots in one permanent resting place. There are now options available to relocate trees to places that may need more shade or aesthetic appeal. “Sometimes you can save existing trees,” says Brian Williams, owner of Worldwide Tree Moving, which specializes in transporting adult trees. “They can provide instant shade, and retain the value of the park.” Through the transportation process, 80 percent of the root ball of the tree is preserved. Typically, when …


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