My forestry seedlings arrived yesterday and I'm taking off work tomorrow to plant them. Along with other species I've gotten cottonwood cuttings and have not tried them before.
I was wondering how deep to plant the cuttings, and if I'll need the dibble bar for them or if they can just be "stabbed" into the ground? It has rained a lot here in middle Tennessee recently, and the ground is pretty well saturated.
Also should I plant them all in "low ground" near the creek or would it be ok to put some on higher, drier ground? I know typically cottonwoods like creek banks and moist soil but I've heard they will do fine in drier soil as well. If they might survive I would like to plant a few of them in a reforest area on higher ground.