Planting large trees
Against the clock!
Planting large trees provides the possibility to work against the clock, to form spaces by implementing a vision of the landscaping project and to obtain the desired result faster. Large decorative plants are planted with a system of roots formed in the nursery over several years which ensures perfect tree engraftment.
Conifers and deciduous trees prepared for planting may have a closed root systems (grown in containers), which allows to plant plants at any time of vegetation season.
Large trees are transported from the nursery to the planting location while held by shovel, with their stems fixed, in order to avoid mechanical injury during transport. A replanted tree is abundantly watered and fixed with stakes and stays.