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Laurel Hedge

Posted: 26/09/2014 at 00:09

Hi Buddyboy,   Thank you for your help and advice,   I have passed on your help/advice and the links over to my son who sounded so pleased and relieved  as he thought he was going to lose part of his hedge. As he is a newbie to gardening i  have suggested that he becomes a member of this gardening website as he will learn so much from the many knowledgeable gardeners.  Thanks again.  Also Thanks to Bekkie Hughes and Nutcutlet. 

Laurel Hedge

Posted: 24/09/2014 at 23:23

Hi, Buddyboy, the sequence of events are as follows,

There was no yellowing veining before spraying.

My son's neighbour had seen aphids?on the Laurel Hedge, which is when he suggested to my son to spray the laurel .

My Son did spray his Laurel Hedge with insecticide.

The black/burnt tips were there prior to him using the spray.

I did check the soil myself and to me it was slightly damp. I did suggest that the Hedge could do with some water.

As i mentioned earlier my son's Laurel Hedge in on 3 sides of his garden,  2 sides of the Hedge are fine.

Today there have been more yellow bare stems on the ground from the damaged side.  

Is there anything my son can do to save his Laurel Hedge.

   

Laurel Hedge

Posted: 23/09/2014 at 23:44

Hi All, Once again i am asking for some Urgent help and Advice.  My Son planted quite a few Laurel bushes which cover three sides of his garden, They have been growing well and has now reached a height of approx 7ft.  Last week however he noticed on one side of the laurel Hedge signs of damage black/burnt tips, some of the leaves look like something has been eating the leaves. My sons neighbour suggested to him to spray his Laurel Hedge with a systemic insect spray.  Today i noticed all along the top leaves of Laurel hedge it looks like something has laid eggs on the leaves which look like little black dots,  also there are a lot of bare yellow looking stems that just simple drop off.  Is there anything my son can do to save his Laurel Hedge.  All Help and Advice is appreciated.  

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/60738.jpg?width=478&height=350&mode=max

 

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http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/60740.jpg?width=478&height=350&mode=max

 I hope these pictures will help solve the problem.

Hawthorn Hedge

Posted: 21/07/2014 at 13:05

We only planted the Hawthorn Hedge end of last year and its about 4ft high now  so its only a baby hedge at the moment  , We planted over 90  bare root Hawthorn whips  ( i think thats what you call them)  but they are coming on nicely but in some areas a bit sparse. I will cut back now to encourage new growth and in time the little birds will have a nice safe and secure place to nest and shelter.  Do i need to feed the Hawthorn hedge after i have cut back all the straggly bits. Thank you all for your help and advice....x

Hawthorn Hedge

Posted: 21/07/2014 at 11:39

Hi,  I would appreciate all advice on my Hawthorn Hedge. I would like to prune the top of the hedge back  to encourage new bushier growth lower down the hedge.  I am unsure if its ok to prune it back now or do i have to leave it until next spring.  All advice and help is greatly appreciated.

Roses

Posted: 12/07/2014 at 12:43

Hi, I have a number of Roses growing in the front garden which need tidying up. On some of the Rose bushes there are a number of branches that have seven leaves and some with five leaves. I am unsure what to do,  do i cut the seven leaves off or leave them?.  All advice greatly appreciated.

Hawthorn Hedge

Posted: 02/07/2014 at 13:10

Hi, I would like to thank Edd and Dovefromabove for your help and advice which is greatly appreciated.  Thank you....xx

Hawthorn Hedge

Posted: 01/07/2014 at 12:49

Hi Edd,  Yes it looks exactly like that. Is Powdery Mildew treatable? Thank you. 

Hawthorn Hedge

Posted: 01/07/2014 at 12:25

Hi All, Last year i planted a Hawthorn Hedge which i have to say was growing quite well that is until last week when i noticed that there seems to be a White Fungus growing on the top leafs of the hedge .  I have now noticed that the white fungus seem to be affecting a number of the leaves on the hawthorn hedge. Firstly can anyone tell me what it could be  and is there anything i can do to save my hedge.  

Help and Advice

Posted: 17/09/2013 at 11:02

Hi,  Thanks fidgetbones for your advice but the area in the garden is not ready yet and in time i would want to move them. I am going to  plant them in potato grow bags and keep my fingers crossed, thanks Macavitythecat . thanks again to all for your advice

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Laurel Hedge

Help And Advice On Sick Looking Laurel Hedge. 
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Last Post: 26/09/2014 at 00:09

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Cut Back Now Or Later. 
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Roses

Not sure if i should cut them off 
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White Fungus 
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