|Mature Height (in.)||300 in.||Mature Width (in.)||240 in.|
|Additional Characteristics||Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Non-GMO||Average Shipping Height (in.)||42 in|
|Best Time to Plant||Fall to Spring||Bloom Season||Spring|
|Blossom Color Family||White||Botanical Name||Malus sylvestris|
|Common Name Family||Cherry Blossom||Container Size||5 Gallon(s)|
|Container Type||Bare Root||Evergreen or Deciduous||Deciduous|
|Hardiness Zone||5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)||Mature Height (ft.)||21-40|
|Optimal Soil Condition||Neutral||Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)||120|
|Returnable||90-Day||Sun Tolerance||Sun or Shade|
|Tree Height Range (Ft.)||15-25 Ft.||Tree Type||Other|
|Wildlife Attracted||Bees, Birds, Bluebirds, Butterflies, Cardinals, Hummingbirds, Pollinators, Robins, Sparrows||Wildlife Deterred||No Wildlife Deterred|
A: The young tree, about 3 feet tall, when it is dormant (drops all leaves in winter) is removed from its pot or ground and all the dirt from the roots is removed. The roots are bare. Hence the name "bare root". The bare roots are wrapped in some wet hay and a sack cloth to prevent drying during shipping.
A: Bare root is just that. The clipping will not arrive in soil. I planted two of the same tree and neither of the trees took. I had zero growth after 6 months of watering.
A: No,I don?t think so..But I know some birds would like to use it as a nest when it grows up
A: No, they are not deer attractant