Treatment of Ginkgo saplings in winter
Hello ginkgo friends, I have questions regarding how I should treat my saplings this winter. They, being started in April, are anywhere from 4 to 8 inches. Some with much and others with little foliage. We live in Montana and the winter is descending. Most of them live in 6 inch pots a few are in larger pots (12’’-18”). Should I plant them outside with or without mulching? Or at all? Should I leave them in their pots and wait another year? Or two?
I appreciate any feed back or direction towards which I could find answers. Expediency is crucial I would have asked sooner but I have such a difficult time with computers. Any one in the near vicinity is welcome to one of these starts I have about fifty were started in april after having harvested the seed last fall.
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