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Moving evergreens

Gardening Reference » Gardening in 2002
by kbsmith57 on September 17, 2002 06:31 AM
We have several 10 - 15 year old ornamental evergreens on what we thought was our lot line. The tallest of the bunch is probably fifteen feet in height.

Guess what? The developer that brought up the property next to us had it surveyed, then informed us if we wanted to save the trees, we'd have to buy the lot next door!

Can anyone tell me if these trees can be successfully moved? They are going to be bulldozed if I don't!

-Kim

by Plant Doctor on September 18, 2002 03:09 AM
Yes they can be moved, but you may want to hire a professional to do it. The root ball required to maintain a 15 foot tall evergreen, would be quite heavy. It could be in excess of 500 lbs depemding on the type of tree. If you want to forget about the larger trees, and move some of the smaller ones, Email me with the specifics, Size, type...ect, and I can walk you thru the process.
Calebw@mwt.net

Mike

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