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FairyDemonPrincess wrote:

I FINISHED SWORD ART ONLINE I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MY LIFE NOW MAYBE ILL PLANT A TREE MAYBE I WILL CREATE A CROSS BETWEEN LEMON AND ELEPHANT MAYBE I WILL GET A PACK OF GUSHERS THAT DON'T GUSH MAYBE ILL FIND A FISH THAT DROWNS MAYBE ILL EAT TUNA THAT TALKS MAYBE I WILL CREATE AN MMO MAYBE I WILL RUN A MARATHON MAYBE I'LL MARRY A GUY NAME GARY GUYS I DONT KNOW — LIKE I DON'T EVEN KNOW HOW TO PLANT A TREE LIKE DOES IT HAVE SEEDS OR SOMETHING.


I'll teach you how to plant a tree.

Step 1: Tree selection
Choose a tree well-suited to your climate. Native specimens are adapted to the particular rainfall and temperature of your location and so will have an easier time thriving. They will also likely have what the neighbourhood birds and other backyard wildlife need to live well.

Consider whether you want a deciduous (those that shed their leaves in the winter) or coniferous (evergreens) specimen; fruit- and nut-bearing trees are also an option. Ask your nursery about the height the tree will reach at maturation, as well as the shape and circumference, and consider what will best fit into your yard.

Step 2: Choose a site
Make sure there are no wires above your tree. If you want your tree to help cool your house, then choose a site on the east, west or south side of your home. A line of trees on the north side will best act as a windbreak during the winter. Try not to plant around underground piping where the roots might cause an expensive obstruction.

Step 3: When to plant
Spring and fall are the best times to plant deciduous trees (though some species, such as poplar and elm, will handle the winter better if planted in the spring). For spring planting, wait for the frost to clear; for fall, plant after the leaves start to fall and before the ground frosts. Conifers can also be planted in the spring, as well as from August to the end of October. Check with your local nursery for the best dates for your region.

Step 4: Planting
• Clear an area about three times the size of the diameter of the root ball. Be sure to remove any weeds, ground cover or grass in the area to avoid competition for water and nutrients.
• Dig a hole two times bigger than the root ball and as deep as the root ball. It's a good idea to rough up the hole in order to improve root penetration.
• Loosen the roots if they are compacted, but make sure to handle with care.
• Set the tree in the hole and backfill with soil and water, removing any air pockets. Make sure that once the soil is settled, the place where the roots meet the stem is flush with the ground.

You're not finished! Without a surrounding forest to naturally care for its needs, your tree needs you to help it grow.

But I can't provide you with a forest so... I'm locking this thread.

~Locked

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