NOTE: Our plants ship as bare root plants, and are dug fresh to order during the dormant season.

Bare Root Plants are the ones that are not actively growing and are in a dormant state

They are dug out of the ground to put into dormancy, and when they have planted again, they adapt to the new soil conditions quickly without going into a shock.

There are many plants, fruit trees, and shrubs that are planted using this technique.

Some of the advantages of planting bare roots are that they are cheaper and weigh less than the other plants. That makes them ideal for long-distance shipping. One of the things that many people do not realize is that planting bare roots is a lot easier. Once you plant in the ground and provide moisture, the bare root plant will start growing again. Planting dormant plants save them from a possible shock that occurs while planting in different soil conditions. Plants take time to adapt and react to their surroundings, and by planting bare roots, you can make it easier for them.

Some of the common bare-root plants are roses, strawberries, raspberries, ornamental shrubs, etc. It is essential to choose the right kind of plants for your garden. If you do not have experience in handling bare roots, then you will probably not be able to tell whether a particular plant is suitable for your home garden or not. However, there are a few key things that can keep in mind while choosing the bare-root plants-

-When you lift the plant, the roots and rhizomes should feel more substantial than the rest of the plant. That can help in determining that there is moisture in the roots and they have not died. If the roots are light and dried out, then the plant will probably never grow.

-There should not be any signs of any diseases, molds, or mildew on the plants. Unhealthy plants do not grow properly and die eventually.

-Buy plants that do not show signs of any damage. Don’t go in for plants with broken branches and twigs.

These are some of the things to consider if you are planning to buy bare rootstock for your home garden.

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