Friday, November 4, 2011
I noticed again, today, something I've often seen. When trees grow on ledge the roots go out instead of down, making them easier to dig and move. However, any tree over 6 or 8 inches in diameter can hardly be considered easy to dig and move. Sugar maples dig quite well in the fall- the ground is moist and there are no leaves to suck water out of the tree- alos there are lots of them every where. I would think more people would dig them up from the woods rather than buying them from a nursery.