The Swampscott Trees Bylaw was adopted at the Fall Town Meeting. Swampscott’s Bylaw is consistent with the requirements of Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 87 (which regulates trees on public rights of way), but the Bylaw extends protection to trees on town-owned property.
The Trees Bylaw also addresses public tree management. Planting calendar for Swampscott, Massachusetts. Find the best dates for planting and transplanting vegetables and fruit! Our free planting guide calculates the best dates for sowing seeds indoors and outdoors, and for transplanting seedlings to the garden- all customized to your location. Based on frost dates and planting zones. Includes information on spite fences, boundary trees, obstruction of views, invading branches and more.
Requires free library card for access. When your neighbor's tree blots out the sun, can you force them to take it down? Not in Massachusetts, National Law Review, February 8.
A list of invasive plants banned from import, sale, or trade in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Prohibited Plant List prohibits the importation, sale, and trade of plants determined to be invasive in Massachusetts.
This ban also covers the purchase and distribution of these plants and related activities, and includes all cultivars, varieties. Mar 28, We get cold winters here in Massachusetts and that effects when to plant new trees purchased from a nursery. Down South, anytime of year is typically okay to plant new trees.
Late winter/early spring is the ideal time to plant new trees in Massachusetts. The tree will just be emerging from it’s dormant state so it will be less stumpclearing.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins.