Tree Transplanting

transplant-after transplant-beforeTransplanting trees is a cost effective way to provide a site with larger trees for much less than the price it would cost if you purchased trees from a nursery.  Special pricing can be given based on the quantity of trees being moved.  We have been transplanting trees for over 20 years, specializing in large plant material.  We strive for the highest rate of survival and will use our expertise to ensure optimal health of any trees moved.  We will give you written care instructions and are here to answer any questions you may have in the future.

Our Tree Spades can move trees up to 12” caliper and evergreens up to 35’ tall.  Our Spades range from 36” to 90”.    The spades dig an optimal root ball, which inhibit root growth and better future sustainability.  We also add the highest quality slow release supplements which are specially formulated for our company.  This enhances the tree roots and feeds them while the trees are adjusting and even while they’re dormant.  Our employees are meticulous in tying the branches and limbs properly so as to not damage the trees when spading them and transporting them.    We use the most up to date equipment to move the trees to the site where it is being planted and or transplanted. We also can move smaller caliper trees and shrubs, using different size Treespades and/or various machines to dig them.

Sometimes it is necessary to hand dig certain species of trees and/or larger caliper trees.  We are specialists in this area and take all possible precautions in delivering this service.  Trees are prepped prior to digging and our employees are very experienced in tying the branches to prevent breakage, as well as properly tying the root ball.

We travel all over the country Planting and/or Transplanting Trees.  We can even dig your trees and place them in a holding area until you are ready to place them.  There are many options available to make use of your trees, and/or trees that you may have on someone else’s property.  Call us today to discuss specific questions that you may have.