Answer: Early to mid-fall is an excellent season to plant most container-grown materials, whereas spring is the best time for bare-root plants. The roots of container-grown plants can continue to grow until the weather and soil turn truly cold, even if the tops are dormant. Be sure to mulch and water them well. During the winter, check your small and shallow-rooted plants for frost heaving. Enjoy creating this habitat!
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