You need to know the soil conditions of your area before you start planting. In the US, it’s important to choose trees with a high pH. Some species prefer alkaline or acidic soils, while others prefer a rich and nutrient-rich soil. The most accurate way to determine your soil’s ph is to test it. The nursery staff can help you determine your ideal soil and recommend trees to suit your particular conditions.
The size of your planting area is an important consideration when choosing a tree. Make sure your tree has ample room to grow. Do not place it too close to a building or fence, or too far away from other large plants. Also, take measurements of the area to ensure that the chosen tree will have enough room to grow. After all, you want to give your tree the best possible start.
Once you’ve decided on the size of the planting area, you need to consider the type of tree you want. Shade trees typically have a canopy that spreads over a large area. Evergreens, on the other hand, can have branches that reach the ground. A shade tree is more likely to shade a landscape than a sun-loving evergreen. In addition, trees need to be planted in an area that gets ample sunlight.