Bare Root trees
Bare Root trees are trees that have been grown naturally in the open grown in fields. Once winter sets in, the plants, usually deciduous, enter a dormant or inactive phase, only to remerge as actively growing plants again in the spring.
It is while they are in this dormant phase that bare root trees are carefully lifted from the ground and the soil washed clean from the roots. As the trees are dormant, lifting them in this way causes the least stress to the plant.
Preparing your Bare Root trees for planting, soak the root base in a bucket of water for 30 minutes. Then just plant in the ground as normal. Make sure to plant your bare root trees before the growing season begins again.
High Quality Bare Root Plants
Our bare root trees and hedging plants are established mature plants with robust and developed root systems.
These are the best quality bare root plants available and are expected to thrive and grow quickly, once planted.