How does a 10 gallon tree compare to a 20 gallon tree?
The 10 gallon trees measure about 1”-1.5 ” in caliper and the 20 gallon trees are about 1″ – 2” in caliper. Heights will also vary in the different sizes, depending on the species. Planting a larger size tree isn’t always the best decision as younger trees will adapt quicker and grow faster in the short term than a larger tree that must adapt to its conditions. Also, the younger trees will cost considerably less.