Plant containers are certainly a valuable aid when it comes to potting hedge plants if you don’t have access to a garden or patch of earth. You can recreate the screening effect of a hedge by planting a closely spaced straight or curved row which will allow the branches of the plant to knit together. […]
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With growing importance being placed on sustainable practices across all areas of our lives, it’s no surprise that green management in horticulture is increasing in popularity. But what exactly does this mean? And how can you choose trees and shrubs that best benefit the environment? Green management is about planting trees and shrubs with multiple […]
Known as the ‘King of Hedging’, English Yew hedges (or Taxus Baccata) have an easy-to-trim, dark-green, conifer foliage with a slow growth rate – an ideal choice for shaping formal displays, creating privacy or reducing noise. If you’re considering a Yew hedge for your outdoor space, take a look at our top frequently asked questions… […]
Growing Western Red Cedar is simple – as is caring for it. Exceptionally unfussy, it is a hedging plant that will grow well in just about any garden. In this post we will discuss how to plant a Western Red Cedar, the one place it doesn’t grow well, and how to feed it. The Western […]
There is currently no fool-proof silver bullet available to either professional growers or amateur gardeners in the UK that will either prevent or eradicate Box Blight.
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