What do you guys recommend Autumn or spring? I though a dormant spring would be best but I’ve also seen autumn stated as the better time:thinking:
In general early spring is great for repotting - just as the trees are waking up from dormancy - but I don’t know if there are special considerations for mugo.
Cheers jonas, the time you stated was what I thought too but then I’ve seen a couple of things where people claim Autumn to be better for mugo while they are still slightly in growth???
That could be. I’ve seen them repotted here in fall and spring and don’t know that there’s a big difference. Your best resource would be someone who lives in your climate who has worked with them a lot.
Cheers jonas much appreciated input
I’m re-potting to larger pots 3 mugo pines that were grown from seed this weekend. They’re 2 years old. I live in Zone 8b according to the USDA website. I’m going to fertilize not heavily but medium within 30 days. Once a week till then, I’ll use diluted fish emulsion once a week. No root cutting! I’ll let you know how it goes…
Cheers Phillip and good luck mate:+1:
Thanks Jamie, Cheers as well!