Dirt Doctor Weekly Newsletter
Managing the Tree after Christmas
Its time to do something constructive and environmentally correct with the Christmas tree as apposed to letting it go to the landfill. For a living tree, choose a well- drained spot in the sun, dig a wide ugly hole no deeper than the ball, back fill with soil from the hole only, no amendments, settle the soil with water- no tamping, cover the disturbed area with1/2 of compost followed by 3 of coarse shredded cedar or another native tree mulch. No staking, wrapping or thinning.
If you used a cut tree, take it to a recycling drop off point to be ground into mulch or better still, grind yours at home and use it for mulch around you own ornamental plants. It can also go into the compost pile.
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