Answer: You can dig up the saplings this winter when they are dormant and hold them in a bed filled with sawdust or pine shavings and then plant them before spring (before they leaf out). Or you can dig them while they are dormant and plant them in their new spots in the garden. As long as the trees are dormant they won't need a lot of care, but they should be firmly planted before spring weather arrives. I'd dig the holes for the plants as time allows and then move them this winter or early spring. Good luck with your project!
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