Tomm Stanley's TreeHugger Green Tip
Tomm Stanley, author of The Big Tree at George and Charlotte’s House and Going Solar, has submitted a green tip for the TreeHugger Eco-Tip series. Tomm’s tip will help you when transplanting in the yard, garden, or orchard. Thanks Tomm!
Here’s the tip as text:
“Hi I’m Tomm Stanley author of “The Big Tree at George and Charlotte’s House” and I have a green tip about transplanting. As you can appreciate trees and plants don’t move around very much but they do orient the surfaces of their leaves to the sun. When you transplant make sure the surface of the leaves are oriented towards the mid-day sun and you’ll get a better strike rate.”
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