Rob D. Brodman
Dig a hole for each rootball. Insert rootball through an x into the soil, press to firm the plant in place, then smooth down the fabric and cover it with a 2-inch layer of mulch such as fine fir bark.
Help control weeds by laying landscape fabric. Unlike black plastic, it is porous and allows air and water to reach plant roots. Landscape fabric is best used around permanent plants that don’t need changing often.