Seasonal Maintenance

Early Spring

As soon as the spring starts you can remove your trees from their winter quarters and place them outside, but be alert to protect new growth if there are late frosts.

Repotting deciduous trees can be done now, but be sure the early starters, such as the elm and some maples, have not yet shown signs of opening buds.

Most trees can be left unprotected now, unless freezing winter temperatures are still continuing; any insulating materials used can be removed in late March. Most pine trees can still be repotted until late into this part of Spring.