These plants require special attention for fall digging and planting.
To learn more about Fall Transplant Hazards:

*Click here to read an article by Bill Flemer III, formerly of Princeton Nurseries.
*Click here to see the list from NJDEP Division of Parks & Forestry

  • Abies concolor – Concolor Fir
  • Acer rubrum – Red Maple
  • Acer japonica – Full Moon Maple
  • Acer saccharinum – Silver Maple
  • Acer freemanii – Freeman Maple
  • Betula (all) – Birch
  • Carpinus (all) – American Hornbeam, Ironwood
  • Cedrus deodara – Blue Atlas Cedar
  • Celtis (all) – Hackberry
  • Cercis canandensis – Redbud
  • Cornus (all) – Dogwood
  • Crataegus (all) – Hawthorn
  • Cupressocyparis leylandii – Leyland Cypress
  • Fagus (all) – Beech
  • Ilex x Fosterii – Foster Holly
  • Ilex Nellie Stevens – Nellies Stevens Holly
  • Ilex opaca Greenleaf – American Holly
  • Juniperus virginiana – Eastern Red Cedar
  • Liquidambar styraciflua – Sweetgum
  • Liriodendron tulipifera – Tulip Tree
  • Malus – Crabapple (Move as late as possilbe)
  • Nyssa sylvatica – Tupelo, Black Gum, Sour Gum
  • Ostyra virginiana – Ironwood, Hophornbeam
  • Pinus nigra – Austrian Pine
  • Platanus (all) – Planetree
  • Pyrus (all) – Pear
  • Quercus (all) – Oak
  • Taxodium – Baldcypress
  • Taxus b. Repandens – English Yew
  • Tilia tomentosa – SIlver Linden
  • Zelkova (all)