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Trees for transplant are removed from their growing sites with many of the feeder roots left behind. One of the primary reasons trees struggle after transplant is the lack of a full root system. This is especially true with trees sold “bare root,” without a root ball. One way to stimulate transplant trees to grow new feeder roots is by using a gravel bed. What is a gravel bed? Read on for gravel bed information and tips on how to make a gravel bed for trees. What is a Gravel Bed for Trees? A gravel bed is just what it sounds like, a “bed” or pile of gravel. Trees intended for transplant are planted in the gravel and kept there for up to six months. They are given water and sometimes liquid nutrients but not provided any soil. The lack of soil stresses the trees, which is required so they