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Maria
Hi we have a European Pine
We water it daily and have transfered it to a larger pot
We live in NJ and its quite cold right now , and were thinking of either transfering again to an even larger pot or planting it outside. Could we have some advisement on how to proceed with either option ? Mulch?
Liquid Fertilizer?
Thank you
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Hi Maria,

European trees (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) tolerate USDA Hardiness zones 6-9. Since New Jersey is in zones 6-7, you should be okay planting it in the ground. They prefer well drained soil and should not be kept soggy wet all of the time. They like either full sun or partial shade. You can use a well balanced liquid fertilizer at a half rate in the spring . Once every 2-3 weeks is a good frequency. If you live in a very cold part of NJ, your tree may benefit from mulching in the winter to protect it from harsh temperatures. Please let us know if you have any other questions and thank you for choosing Rocket Farms!
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