Fall Is the Best Time to Plant!
Posted on October, 30
Fall is the best time to plant new Trees, Shrubs, and Perennials in North Texas. During this season, the plant roots continue to grow and establish themselves underground, even when the top of the plant goes dormant. This process gives plants a better chance of survival before the severe summer heat arrives. Fall’s cooler temperatures also make plants less vulnerable to transplant shock, while winter precipitation means less watering and more savings on time and money. So, if you’re looking to plant new trees, shrubs, or perennials, consider doing so during the Fall season for the best results!
Even when the temperatures drop consistently, your plants will be okay because they are dormant; remember to water them before a hard freeze if we have had no substantial rain recently.