Hardwood seedlings are sometimes "heeled-in" in outside beds until they can be outplanted. This process is normally only used where refrigerated storage is not available. Heeling-in is effective because dormant hardwoods have lost their leaves and therefore loose little moisture through transpiration. Seedling dormancy cannot be maintained under these conditions, however.
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