For more moderate climates, most recommend planting in the spring when the environment and temperatures are most amenable for plant growth.Thank you for considering becoming a foster and adoptive parent.As a rule of thumb, fruit trees should only be watered when the soil is on the verge of becoming dry.For young trees that are still growing it’s important to pay close attention as rapid growth uses more water.
Please feel free to contact Oklahoma Department of Human Services for more information regarding foster care and adoption in Oklahoma.
Phone: 800-376-9729 Website: Oklahoma Department of Human Services Also see information about becoming a foster parent or therapeutic foster care provider at the Oklahoma Fosters website. One Church, One Child Family Ties Support Group Contact: Annie Parker Child Development Center-Metro Technology Center Phone: 800-865-0225 Address: 3129 Martin Luther King Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73111 Oklahoma Therapeutic Foster Parent Association Contact: Laura Boyd Phone: 405-503-1123 Address: 2801 Castlewood Drive, Norman, OK 73072 In addition to State Department of Human Resources, the following private agencies have programs and services for children in need of a permanent home.
They work with many situations, including private adoption and adopting a child from foster care.
In warmer climates, it’s perfectly acceptable to plant trees into late fall.
In some cases, planting season can be nearly year-round.