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The practice of supporting young or fragile plants, by loosely attaching them to canes or stakes driven into the ground.
We all forget to do things sometimes, but I’m rather ashamed about this omission. As I walked around the fruit trees in our mini-orchard last week, I was horrified to discover that a few of them had grown too big for the ties I’d used when staking
days. And my apple trees, which I'm very fond of since they fruited so abundantly, will need new stakes.My plot is on the side of a small hill and benefits from gentle summer breezes that blow down the valley - lovely for keeping cool in August
I planted a Betula Utilis Jacquemonti ( snow Queen ) last October it is doing vey well and about 11 ft high I have 2 problems I need help with 1) How long to do I need to stake it for ? 2) above it about 150ft up is part of the canopy of a Scots
has produced branches with fruit for the last 5 years. What type of stake should we use? I want to know which type of staking trees to be used?plumbing services sydney goede start Staking trees might be used to give the trees more strength
if not ingenious and I've seen delphinium flowers supported by bedsprings and clematis growing through old window frames. I'm sure there are other examples out there.It is really, really important to get any necessary staking done early, before plants have grown
leave g/world alone we werent all brought up with percy thrower some of us like 1st stage gardening when we are all hocked then we can all findout the lattin names if we want to take it to the next level the program is called gardeners world not experiened g/world keep up the goo...
I have recently had a pergola built on a patio with squares of soil left for planting. My climbers are already planted & some came with small supports but have you any ideas on how I can support the plants as they grow apart from nailing green garden twine round the wooden posts...
Please can someone advise on staking young apple trees,height four to five feet. I did read somewhere that apple trees of this height shouldn't need staking. thank you, Minty. It depends entirely on their position. If it is windy and exposed
to encourage root growth and staked the tree. We live in a windy area and consequently left the tree staked for the first 4 years. The tree grew well, had a nice canopy and looked healthy last summer. We removed the stake last autumn assuming the tree would