Sycamore Trees
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Transplanting Small Sycamore Tree

Anonymous added on May 3, 2014 | Answered

I have a large sycamore tree in my backyard. Now I have several very small, but growing very fast, sycamore trees cooming up. I would love to transplant these small ones to another part of my property. Can you give any guidience as to when and how to transplant these?

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Nikki
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Answered on May 3, 2014

These suckers or weed trees can be transplanted and have a good chance of surviving. You need to make sure that they have some roots of their own when you move them. Depending on their size, you may want to pot the little trees up for at least a whole season before planting out in the yard. This way they will be able to form stronger roots.

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