Normally trees don’t require much upkeep, just doing their growing stages and early development. Of course you want to always make sure your tree has plenty of water, but also protect it against wildlife in its early developmental stages so it doesn’t get eaten or broken.
It’s also a good idea to have an arborist visit every few years to prune as necessary and to check the health of your trees. Soil can often become too compacted, and aeration is sometimes recommended to ensure that tree roots can receive the oxygen they need to process nutrients.
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