When do they grow?
How can I grow roots faster, so my tree grows faster?
Scientists have spent an eternity on researching growth patterns and you might be surprised to learn that in spite of the abundance of eyes and experiments, that it’s still a hung jury insofar as that’s concerned. The reason for this is that there are simply too many factors to take into consideration. Where a tree is located geographically, where it’s located in your yard, how much water it takes, how much water it might receive, soil composition and overall care are all factors that play a role – and simply put – it’s too much to control scientifically.
Put that all together, and what it means is that a tree’s health and the speed with which it grows is directly relative to how well we take care of them. If you’re watering them regularly, they’ll grow faster. If they’re set in a place where they’ll get great exposure to the sun, they’ll grow faster. Certain tree fertilizer can help them grow faster. There is a whole swath of things that can impact a tree’s growth trajectory.
So to answer the question – how quickly your tree grows is dependent on you and how much you’re willing to do to make sure it’s taken care of as well as possible.