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Evergreen screening

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 11:42

If its fast growing, you will be forever having to clip it to keep it under control.

Yew or holly can be clipped into a nice evergreen hedge. Holly has the advantage it deters people from getting too close. You could probably get pot grown plants a couple of feet high, and they will grow about a foot a year.

You can get trough grown instant  hedge, ready done at a decent height but it will be expensive.

example

https://www.hedgesdirect.co.uk/acatalog/Instant_Hedging__Trough_Grown__Pre-Clipped.html

I have not used these so this is not a recommendation, just a suggestion.

prunus

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 11:35

I have a couple of cherries in very large pots. They don't seem to do very well, mainly because I dont give them enough water.

I think I've fallen in love

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 11:12

You could take some piccies to post on the fantasy garden, Yvie. I think you are nearest. Just imagine, a grove of  Betula Jacquemontii underplanted with those wonderful double hellebores.

HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 11:03

Its cold out there. Porridge for brekkie. I found the real raspberries this time.

Fantasy garden

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 10:44

There will of course be a child friendly place where we can lock them up... oops I mean leave them safely in the care of a highly qualified nanny for the day.


 


 


 


 


 

Fantasy garden

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 10:20

I think Dove is in charge of Lunch..

Totally calorie free for those on a diet.

I'd help

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 10:18

Look like foxgloves. Verbascum leaves are a bit pointier I think.

Fantasy garden

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 09:24

Did I mention that all the seasons come together just like they seem to do at Chelsea.

So I walk through the Arch


 to the snowdrops on the edge of the woodland


 


 and up the hill to the bluebells.


 I do like some of these old gnarly trees


 

Fantasy garden

Posted: 13/01/2016 at 08:57

I like that. Just the place to have breakfast after my swim. Its on the edge of woodland, majestic mature oaks and beeches, and the smell coming from the sea of bluebells is intoxicating. I feel a walk coming on.

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