The huge rhodo you see in this truck, was picked out by a customer in Bar Harbor, Maine from our vast selection. It is eight by thirteen feet in size! It took two days of manual digging, a mini tractor to extract it from the hole, then carefully getting it strapped on plywood. After that was a meticulous dragging it thru our forest (by five men!) to get it to a loading point. Finally, a delicate move onto the truck liftgate and again, five men pulling it into the truck. Eastern Plant is one of the only firms capable of moving giant rhodos.
Two of our dedicated staff are on the left, Aiden and Nick.
Contact us for the best rhodos, native plants, landscape installation and forest work. firstname.lastname@example.org phone 207 607 1284
Success! Thanks to everyone involved!
On liftgate, ready to rise into the air
Erika Kolecki said:
That is awesome! How did you undercut the necessary wide shallow root pan?