I have noticed in passing that a lot of people recomend putting trees in the ground for a year or10, now I have several that I was considering turfing in a major cull, but I have an area, about 4mtrs by 1.5 along a fence (Full sun) and I was thinking, what if instead of turfing, I put them in the ground? My query is, should I do anything special with them before I put them in the ground, does it matter the time of year, (It would not be necessary to root prune any of these trees) and how many would I fit into this area? (I'm mainly thinking, a liquidamber, some Japanese maples, some trident maples and maybe some wisteria, I'm con cerned that the wisteria could get out of hand.) Generally my good trees can not go in the ground as hubby has in the past moved us with less than a weeks notice. but some of these tree's I'm thinking the benifits would outwiegh the risks?