TRANSPLANTING YOUR SEEDLING
Dig a hole approximately 50x50x50 cm (by shovel, or hire an electric post hole digger, very easy to use, from me).
Half-fill the hole with organic matter (i.e. acacia leaf litter, composted mulch, shredded paper & cardboard, ash, cow or camel manure), and fill the rest of the hole back in with the soil you’ve just dug out. Mix up thoroughly with a shovel or post hole digger if you’ve hired one.
Make a depression the size of your seedling within the larger hole and plant your seedling.
With the remaining soil removed from the hole, create dam walls around the peripheries of the hole so you have a form resembling a crater where water can pool.
Water your seedling daily. You can ease off over winter but make sure you’re consistent over summer. It’ll probably be two years before you can back off on watering this plant.
PROTECTION FROM SUMMER / DOGS
If it’s going into summer time or you have dogs, protect your seedling from the sun and from getting trampled. A broken chair, stool, or milk crate work well.
HIRE A POST HOLE DIGGER
I hire out these electric post hole diggers for $50 a day. They’ll do 10-15 holes before they need recharging, are very safe and easy to use, and make life quite a lot easier if you’re planting large quantities at once.