in the south?
Choose a site that is sunny, warm and well drained. A southern exposure will help with heat absorption, but make sure it’s not too hot even on the hottest days. Plant conifers in full to part sun locations where they can grow slowly towards the light source for 10–15 years before reaching their mature size of 50 feet or more. After this period, plant them in less sun or shade conditions to avoid stress.
Shade tolerant plants are an ideal choice for planting under large trees because they keep out most direct sunlight while still providing some beneficial effects which can reduce disease problems, increase air circulation around your home and provide protection from harmful UV rays which cause premature aging of wood surfaces over time due to excessive exposure to sunlight during summer months. Some shade tolerant plants include: Crabapple (Malus spp.), Euonymus (Euonymus spp.), Holly berries (Ilex spp.) Japanese hollyhock vines (Alcea rosea), Mountain Laurel shrubs(Kalmia latifolia & K. cordata) and Lilacs(Syringa vulgaris).
What kind of soil should I use when planting my tree seedlings? How deep should I bury them? And how long do I wait until planting them out in my garden beds? What kind of mulch do you recommend using with tree roots when transplanting into pots/trees? Do you have any recommendations regarding root pr