Planting instructions

  1. Dig a hole in which you will plant the tree. The hole should be about twice as deep and large as the pot or the tree’s root clod. Make sure that the root clod fits well into the hole, loosen the sides of the hole and potentially add any potting soil. We do not recommend using compost.

Tip: Pour a bucket of water into the hole, so that the soil has time to dissolve the water.

3. Put the fruit tree in the hole. It is good for the trees if they are planted equally deep as they have been in the pot. Fill the hole with potting soil and press it gently so that the fruit tree stands straight and solid in its new home base.
  2. Carefully remove the pot from the fruit tree. You will see that the tree has a well-rooted clod, shaped to the pot. For a good start of your new acquisition, carefully loosen the root clod so that the roots have easy access to new nutrients in the soil.   4. No fertilization is required for a good start of the fruit tree. However, it is necessary that the fruit tree gets enough water, especially with high temperatures. Make sure that the soil around the tree remains moist during the first weeks.
  1. Dig a hole in which you will plant the tree. The hole should be about twice as deep and large as the pot or the tree’s root clod. Make sure that the root clod fits well into the hole, loosen the sides of the hole and potentially add any potting soil. We do not recommend using compost.

Tip: Pour a bucket of water into the hole, so that the soil has time to dissolve the water.

  2. Carefully remove the pot from the fruit tree. You will see that the tree has a well-rooted clod, shaped to the pot. For a good start of your new acquisition, carefully loosen the root clod so that the roots have easy access to new nutrients in the soil.
3. Put the fruit tree in the hole. It is good for the trees if they are planted equally deep as they have been in the pot. Fill the hole with potting soil and press it gently so that the fruit tree stands straight and solid in its new home base.
  4. No fertilization is required for a good start of the fruit tree. However, it is necessary that the fruit tree gets enough water, especially with high temperatures. Make sure that the soil around the tree remains moist during the first weeks.