Replanting young gingko tree - Knowledgebase Question

visalia, ca
Question by johnbr
September 16, 2005
I have a young gingko tree that has been in the ground for about one year. I need to replant it to another location. What is the best season for replanting it? (I live in Zone 9). Thank you.

Answer from NGA
September 16, 2005


You can transplant your gingko in late fall or anytime during the winter in your gardening region. Your tree won't be actively growing during cool weather, and the natural rainfall will help the roots become established before the spring growing season.

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