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Infilling after stump removal

Posted: Yesterday at 09:02

I plan to plant an Amelanchier and am at the moment looking for the variety "Robin Hall"

Infilling after stump removal

Posted: 28/04/2016 at 21:15

Could do. I have something similar I used when I was planting roses last year. Thanks.

Infilling after stump removal

Posted: 28/04/2016 at 19:19

Thanks for the suggestions.

The old cherry tree, which flowered beautifully every year, had split it two places and my garage and my neighbours garage were both in the firing line so felling the tree was a necessity. Two weeks after the tree came down we had a fierce storm which did a fair amount of damage so it was good timing.

The hole will be about 1.1m x90cms and who knows how deep and I wonder if in addition to compost etc. I could also use some of the chippings in the bottom.

 

 

 

Infilling after stump removal

Posted: 28/04/2016 at 17:03

I am having a large cherry tree stump ground out next weekend and I am wondering what will be the best material to use as infill. The stump is in a border and I would like to plant another smaller tree in the same place.

Damaged Euonymus alatus

Posted: 09/08/2015 at 12:29

No sign of a join anywhere. The "trunk" part is about 35cms in height before the branching starts.

Damaged Euonymus alatus

Posted: 09/08/2015 at 12:13

My Euonymus has been grown as a "standard" rather than a shrub so it has a single trunk so I feel this could cause problems with pruning to recreate a good shape.

Damaged Euonymus alatus

Posted: 09/08/2015 at 12:03

I've had a careful look  this morning and the break goes right down to the point where the branches divide at the top of the trunk. I have nothing on the left side, two good strong branches on the right and the broken one in the middle..

If I take out the broken branch is it likely I will get regrowth from this point.

Damaged Euonymus alatus

Posted: 09/08/2015 at 08:41

Thank you. That sounds really hopeful it would be sad the lose the shrub

Damaged Euonymus alatus

Posted: 08/08/2015 at 18:33

My lovely shrub has been damaged by strong winds and one half of the plant has been broken off completely and another branch almost severed. Is there any way I can try to repair the break. The shrub is about 120cms in height and this is its second year in the ground.

Hydrangea

Posted: 22/07/2015 at 08:29

It is an incredible blue if grown in the right conditions and as you have suggested I have been looking at alternative areas and I will do further tests in the meantime.

Thanks again

 

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Infilling after stump removal

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