By Toshio Suzuki
With planting season off to a great start, Friends of Trees offers this reprise of a popular post by our blog’s founder, Toshio Suzuki.
Planting season has begun! As a courtesy reminder to our veteran volunteers, and as a cautionary note to our rookies, Oregon in the fall and winter transitions to a damp climate—damp to very damp.
Good attire for planting: waterproof gear and warm gear.
Bad attire for planting: sandals, white sneakers, non-waterproof gear, non-warm gear, and basically any garment that is afraid of dirt or foliage markings.
Note the differences:
Any other suggestions or first-hand sightings of good or bad planting attire?
–Suzuki is a former Communications Coordinator for Friends of Trees.