Bareroot plants are plants that have been grown in the open ground and then lifted to be transplanted during the dormant season. This is generally between November and March and means that plants are ‘sleeping’ before kicking back into gear for growth, when the weather warms up in spring.
A large deciduous tree growing to 25-35m tall, with a large, thick trunk. The bark is usually pale grey and smooth, the leaves are large and similar to a maple and stiff textured. It is an exceptional street tree and liked by councils.