Seasonal Care

Tropical Trees
Depending on species and climate, Tropical trees are okay to be moved outside once the night temperatures stay above 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

Deciduous Trees
Depending on species and climate, Deciduous trees can stay outdoors in most climates throughout the year, but should be protected once the temperatures reach subzero. Spring is also a great time to repot your Deciduous trees. It is important that they are being repotted as the buds are starting to swell and before any leaves have grown yet.


Springtime is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year! All the trees are starting to wake up from their long winter rest. Most of the flowering trees start to bloom as well.


Summer is the hottest time of the year and therefore it is essential that you keep your trees well-watered. Some trees might require to be protected from the blazing sun.

Photo by courtesy of Robert Kempinski



Fall is a beautiful time and it never lasts long enough, especially when the Deciduous trees put on a fall show.

Photo courtesy of Suthin Sukosolvisit


Winter can be a taunting time of the year, depending on the climate. Tropical trees need to be protected when the night temperatures reach 45 degrees Fahrenheit and Deciduous trees when they have to endure a prolonged temperature around 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The root ball can freeze and that is bad for most Deciduous trees. Conifers, however, can withstand very harsh winter climates.

Winter is a great time to take a look at your tree’s winter silhouette, since most trees lose their leaves. It is also a great time to wire your trees as well.

Photo by courtesy of Robert Kempinski