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Bay trees in containers are one of our favourite trees to frame an entrance, thanks to their timeless and elegant appearance.
This article is primarily about growing bay trees in containers however they can also be grown in the open ground when given the correct conditions.
Here’s everything you need to know about caring for bay trees in containers.
Trees, like all living organisms, need water to survive – but water is even more important for newly planted trees.
The stress of being uprooted and being placed into a new environment may cause the tree to die.
Watering, however, helps to ease the transition, encouraging healthy growth and development. To learn more about when and how to water a newly planted tree, click the button below.
Screening off the neighbours is the most common reason why our clients need pleached trees installed.
As well as being very elegant, they are effective at screening above a fence or hedge to block off overlooking houses.
However, gardeners can be put off by their unusual staking requirements.
Don't let that put you off, here's your one-stop guide!
Acer trees (also known as Japanese maples) are elegant, compact, slow-growing, hardy deciduous trees that are ideal for growing in containers and the perfect choice for small spaces.
Here's everything you need to know about growing these amazing trees in pots.
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Betula utilis Jacquemontii (Himalayan is a very striking and attractive elegant tree all year round, recognised by its spectacular white bark and lovely small leaves turning a clear yellow in autumn with yellowish catkins that appear in early spring.
Here's everything you need to know about repotting and caring for these magnificent trees.
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