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Bare-Root Craze

The season is here! Trees That Please is now excited to announce the availability of our Bare-root Fruit Trees! Our large varieties and high quality options of bare-root fruit trees, at the best price possible, make for an exciting season for fruit tree lovers, and the beginner to advanced gardeners. 
During the midwinter season, while the fruit trees are dormant, the trees are uprooted from the fields and shipped to our retail nursery. As a result of the trees winter dormancy, the root systems remain intact and healthy during this process; allowing you to expand your garden at the lowest prices of the season. 
Planting bare-root fruit trees in the dormant season will allow you to prune and train your tree to be the particular shape and size you desire. Planting dormant bare-root fruit trees allows for a stress free environment while your tree adapts to its new soil. Bare-root fruit trees are one of the easiest ways to include food bearing trees into your garden. 
             To be successful at growing bare root fruit trees, or any tree, the health of the soil is of paramount importance. Soil Secrets helps to solve that problem. Soil Secrets, North Americas leader in soil ecology, builds the right products for making its soil as healthy as possible.  Soil Secrets features unique molecular biology products including TerraPro which contains the active ingredient of Supramolecular Humic Molecules, a Soil Pro-Biotic consortium of beneficial soil bacteria called BioPack and the most concentrated mycorrhizal fungi product in the world called EndoMaxima.   Mycorrhizal fungi help plants get nutrients and water out of the soil and protect plants from disease.    The Supramolecular Humic Molecules discovered and manufactured by Soil Secrets are bio-identical and are the carbon rich molecules  that defines the essence of a healthy soil. To complete the protocol Soil Secrets makes a nutritional calorie  that feeds the soil food web called Protein Crumblies. Soil Secrets is also available at Trees That Please, Albuqurque Metropolitans premier retail nursery.

Whether your garden is well established or just beginning, our fruit trees will be an assured enhancement to your landscape. With prices starting at $14.99, look to us for your bare-root apple, pear, blackberry, plum, sweet or tart cherry, peach, fig, raspberry, gooseberry, pomegranate, kiwi, and many more! Our knowledgeable staff are enthusiastic to help you decide on the best variety for your particular needs and landscape. 






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