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Bushy hedges

Bushy hedges


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Question: bushy hedges


Hello everyone! how far away do I have to place the Phoenician juniper and the cuddly juniper and according to what scheme to obtain a shielding hedge but with a natural appearance? bushy type? thanks…

Answer: bushy hedges


Dear Michele,
the plants you want to plant develop fairly tall, but also wide, roundish shrubs; the distance at which you place them in the hedge depends on the size they have at the time of laying, and on the speed with which you want the hedge to be tight and compact. If you are not in a hurry, arrange about 100-150 cm away, so that they can develop well, spreading out in a nice piece of land. Being plants that have a wide unbalance, put them in a row.



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