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Transplanting is our expertise the functions of shade trees are many. From earliest history down to our own civilization and generation the shade tree has always been the friend of human race. With its beauty and protective shelter it thrives for man’s benefit.
When we recall the worlds most beautiful cities, it is not so much the fine buildings or the broad avenues that linger our memory, but the wealth of trees which line their streets and beautify their lawns and parks.
The trees set off and enhance the splendor of the works of artist and architect.
The effect of green foliage is also soothing to the nervous system and tends to counteract the irritating effect of some of the other colors, especially that of red bricks buildings.
Trees make life nicer. It has been shown that spending time among trees and green spaces reduces the amount of stress that we carry around with us in our daily lives.
Well placed trees can reduce your cooling costs in the summer by shading the south and west sides of your home. If deciduous trees are used they will allow the sun to pass through and warm your home in the winter.
Evergreen trees on the north side of your home and shrubs around the foundation of your home can act as a windbreak to reduce the cooling effects of winter winds.
The value of a well landscaped home with mature healthy trees can be as much as 10% higher than a similar home with no or little landscaping. (Topping will reduce the value of your trees)
Some indirect economic benefits of trees are that if we reduce the energy we use then utility companies will have less demand placed on the infrastructure, thus reducing operating costs which can be passed on to the consumer.
Select and stake the proposed location
Select and stake the proposed location where the tree is to be transplanted.
Cover this space
Cover this space, over a diameter of at least ten feet, with ten to twelve inches of fresh stable manure. This is more economical than to excavate the hole and fill it with topsoil for the reason that this topsoil is apt to freeze and be useless at time of transplanting.
Transplant the Tree
When conditions are favourable for transplanting, remove the stable manure from the place where the tree is to be planted, excavate the hole, dig up the tree, place it in the hole, cover the roots with the topsoil, and then replace the stable manure over this area. This covering will then serve as a mulch and as protection against further freezing, and against evaporation in hot weather.