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Water the circle deeply. (Jeff ...
Water the circle deeply. (Jeff Cox)(4 of )2 â€" Drive a sturdy stake into the center of the cleared circle. It will support the young tree during windstorms. (Jeff Cox) (5 of )3 â€" Place the tree about six inches from the stake on the side of the stake away from the prevailing winds and spread its roots out even all around. (Jeff Cox) (6 of )4 - Shovel soil from the circumference of the circle over the roots and the bare area of the circle, making sure soil fills the space under the roots. The tree should sit about a half-inch to an inch higher than it grew in the nursery. If the tree is grafted, donâ€™t cover the graft. (Jeff Cox) (7 of )5 â€" When the roots and circle are well covered, tie the tree trunk loosely to the stake with a piece of cloth and water the tree well. Donâ€™t use fertilizers or rich compost. The tree should grow in whatever soil you have. Water frequently during the summer. (Jeff Cox)
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