Joined: Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:37 am Posts: 19 Location: Little Elm,TEXAS
I too live in little elm and I have 3 Ash trees that are 10 yrs old and over 30 feet tall, doing very well. I have been organic for almost 3 full years and let me tell you, the old dense black clay that I use to have is still there. However, my soil is now alive, easily broken up and smells sweet. As long as you keep a good organic program, soil type will hardly be an issue. I'd wait till mid/late September at the earliest to plant any trees if possible. Be sure to follow the standard tree planting instructions as outline by Howard and this forum.
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