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We have removed our front border, returfed and made a new small wall. It has opened up the drive making it easy to reverse. I can not make up my mind what to put in. There is a 5 foot fence to give the plants some shelter from winds, as it is a sunny aspect most of the day. I hav...
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Is there any limit to how much a shrub's growth can be restricted by pruning? Purely for example, could a specimen of Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn’, which can reach 10ft in height, be pruned so that it can be maintained at only 3ft in height?
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my large magnolia was storm damaged two years ago and had to be cut back to the main trunk and has grown about one hundred new shoots, it is now a thick ball 3 meters high & wide.it has flowered twice this year and looks very healthy.can i maintain
's growing in front of a fence and will only be seen from the front and side. A rough pyramid is probably your best bet as it looks reasonably natural and can be maintained fairly easily.