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  • What To Do When it Snows or Freezes  You can't beat that first moment, can you, when you wake to a strangely muffled world, pull back the curtains and...aahhh! Deep snow. So pretty, so pristine and...arghh! What's the journey to work going to be like? Ho hum.  Still, before you set of...
  • But there is no soil around the roots!  Bareroot trees and plants are sometimes not that well understood. All bareroot means is that there is no soil around the roots of a plant when it is delivered. We are all familiar with some examples of bare root plants. For example almost all flower b...
  • How to plant a formal hedge Video Our video on planting formal hedging applies to all the famous garden hedge plants, like beech, yew, laurel, privet, hornbeam or box. These plants are sold bareroot in winter and pot grown during the rest of the year. You can plant pot grown stock at any time o...
  • APRIL IN YOUR GARDEN  Hedging  Our cold store is now crammed with bareroot hedging for planting over the next four weeks. As long as you can water them, any hedge plants will do well planted now and this is now probably the best time of all to plant beech hedging. However...
  • FEBRUARY IN YOUR GARDEN  Hedging This is a tip that will be repeated several times here and next month. The best months for planting most bareroot hedging, if you did not get it in in November are February and March. Spring kicks the plants into growth and they do not spend too lon...
  • NOVEMBER IN YOUR GARDEN  Hedging It will come as some relief to know that from now until spring you can leave your evergreen hedges well alone (apart from box and that is for December). But if you have just planted an evergreen hedge do make sure that it is protected from the elements. A...
  • Introduction  The key point is this: Roots break easily if they are disturbed when they are frozen. This is important because: Almost all of a shrub or tree's food reserves are stored in the roots during winter. Breaking roots reduces the ability of the plant to establish. Broken roots ...

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