Roots will grow down and establish if you raise the plant or bed it and it need not be much, just a couple inches so that feeder roots can breathe in drained but moist soil. You might stake the plant until established over the course of a year or so if you go that way.If I plant the bottom of the rootball closer and shallower in relation to my ground level, will the shallow roots support the tree as it gets older?
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