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  • 50plants of THUJA GREEN GIANT Trees-pack of 50 liners
  • liner plant 10-12" tall, shipped in 3"pot, 1-2 yr old plant
  • mature size is 60-80' height and 15-25' width
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Hedgerange guide

Choosing the right one hedge plant

As natural privacyHedge plants are cheaper and more durable than a wall or a wooden fence, In order to select the right plant, it is necessary to take into account the soil conditions as well as the future location of a hedge. Those who opt for a planted screen should be aware that one to two times a year a form and care cut, as well as a Radikalschnitt are necessary. Patience may be required until the hedge reaches a suitable height. Some hedge plants lose their leaves in autumn, so that the desired opacity in winter may not exist.
As a perennial hedge plant is the evergreen and slow-growing yew. Inexpensive and fast growing is the tree of life. The variety emerald retains its green color in winter. Similar to the tree of life is the cypress, which, however, is more sensitive to frost and wind. An evergreen cherry laurel fits into a Mediterranean garden. The holly is actually a native forest plant that does not lose its foliage in winter. She prefers a half schady site, where she grows slowly. Expensive in purchase, it may be affected by the Minier fly. The robust and inexpensive privet not only thrives quickly, but can also be easily multiplied. For low hedges, the boxwood is often used in the ornamental garden design, but the plant has been increasingly affected by a fungal disease for years. Who prefers a deciduous autumn, should choose field maple, red or hornbeam beech. However, hornbeam and field maple are prone to mildew. In the evergreen and undemanding glossy medlar a reportable, bacterial infection with fire blight may occur.

How a hedge is planted correctly
When planting hedges, it makes sense to first dig a trench. The width and depth should be twice as large as the root ball of the plants. If the ground is very heavy, sand, lava granules, compostand organic fertilizer(Horn shavings) are added to the planting hole. Plants for a hedge must be reduced by one third before setting. At a uniform height, coniferous plants are before being introduced into the earthcut.
Ornamental woods form a loosely growing hedge. The columnar growth habit of conifers has a strong effect, which proves to be very opaque, even at high hedges. When planting an evergreen bamboo, a so-called rhizome barrier is essential. This prevents the tough roots from spreading unhindered in the neighbor’s garden.
For a loosely growing hedge, plant 1 to 2 plants per meter. In hedge plants such as yew, conifer, Cypress or tree of life can be planted 2 to 3 pieces per meter. For laurel, privet and barberry 3 to 5 plants are attached at one meter. It should be noted that the hedge closes quickly, but at too small a distance later it kahlt from the inside, since the plants lack the light. For this it is necessary to inquire in advance on the neighborhood law. Anyone who observes a minimum distance of 30 centimeters to the neighboring property during planting will later be able to prune the hedge more comfortably without having to disturb the neighbor.

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