5 to 6 Feet Trees

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How Old are 5 to 6 Feet Trees?

The age varies depending on the type and variety of tree. A 5 to 6 feet tree will be 3 to 6 years old.

Why Should I Buy 5 to 6 feet Trees?

5 to 6 feet trees are going to be the largest trees you can order online and have shipped to you. These big trees are great for customers who want instant landscape impact. Our 5 to 6 feet trees are not whips. They come with branches and will look nice in your yard.

Will My Tree be Closer to 5 or 6 Feet Tall?

Tree sizes will vary, but will always be between 5 and 6 feet tall if you order our 5 to 6 feet size trees. We guarantee they will be at least 5 feet tall. 

What Pot Size Will My 5 to 6 Feet Tree Come in?

5 to 6 feet trees come in 3, 5, and 7 gallon pot sizes. The tree container size varies depending on the type of tree.

Measuring Tree Height in the Nursery

We measure our trees from the soil line/top of the pot to the top of the tree. We never measure from the bottom of the pot. So you will have a true 5 to 6 feet tree when you plant your tree in the ground.

What Types of 5 to 6 Feet Trees Do You Have?

We have Flowering Trees and Shade Trees as well as some Privacy Trees, Dwarf Trees, Fruit Trees, and Evergreen Trees in the 5 to 6 feet size.

How to Plant 5 to 6 Feet Trees

Dig a hole at least twice as wide as the existing pot and the same depth. Place your tree evenly in the hole. Be sure the top of the root ball is slightly higher than your existing soil line and backfill with the soil you dug out. If your soil is nutrient weak or heavy clay, you can mix in a potting mix up to 50% of the backfill. Water deeply until the water begins to pool on the surface.  Mulch your new tree to help the soil retain moisture, keep weeds at bay, and protect the roots.

Be sure to browse our Plant Sizes for additional options!

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