How to plant privet for hedges? Planting greenery is now a must in landscape design elements. In regions where the climate is temperate, for landscaping, they began to often plant privet for hedges. It is not only suitable for hedges, but also for group and single plantings. These green bushes can grow over three meters in height with a huge number of branches and many oblong leaves that will only begin to fall off in late autumn.
When flowering on privet branches (usually in July), beautiful and smelling flowers of a light cream shade appear.
After the flowers are replaced by black fruits, they remain hanging throughout the winter.
Incredible photos of privet hedges show how wonderful this plant is for decorating the landscape of a summer cottage and local area. ...
such beauty is not difficult to make. You just need to be patient and consistent when disembarking, as well as some rules.
Let's look at what determines the attractiveness of a bush:
In this case, the rooting result is 100%. You can also use 3 year old wood cuttings, but then there is no 100% guarantee that they will root. When the bushes have taken root, they should not be touched until spring, but any weeds that have grown around them should be removed.
Thanks to ventilation, mold will not form on the planting material. So, with the help of a bottle greenhouse, you will achieve a special microclimate with an increased level of humidity, which is necessary for the growth of the root system of the future fence. After about a couple of months, you will have beautiful and delicate bushes. At this time, you can finally remove the containers.
Stationary buildings that are nearby must be at least a meter away from the green fence, otherwise in the future you will have problems with shearing living plantations. When a suitable place has been chosen, pull the cord and dig a trench along the line, the width of which will be 0.5 m and the depth 0.6-0. 7 m.
A drainage cushion should be laid on the bottom.
After that you need to fill everything up with the prepared compost mixture and the earth with an addition in the form of a small portion of lime. For a solid fence, plant the bushes at a distance of 0.3-0. 5 m from each other.
After finishing, pour the bushes with plenty of water. In the future, watering is done less often, but again with a large amount of water, and not little and often.
When spring comes, we dig up the ground at the fence and apply fertilizers. If suddenly dark spots appear on the privet, then this is a clear sign that you have soil with an increased level of acidity. To solve this problem, cover the ground with dolomite flour or hydrated lime under each bush in the fall.
Privet for hedges can also be propagated with seeds. They can be harvested from perennial shrubs that have already lived for 5-6 years. But keep in mind that grains sprout 64% of the time. The method is more time consuming and requires certain costs, but it is often used for industrial cultivation of shrubs.
For the fact that you had a thick fence even near the ground, when the bushes have already taken root, cut off their crown, and leave stumps 30 mm, then don't bother until the end of the season.
The next year, young shoots should be cut at a height of about 0.45 m from the ground. After that, a couple of haircuts should be carried out during the season, and at the same time, the branches that are lengthening should be removed.
If we talk about the crown of a privet bush, then the formative pruning should be started the next season after planting, while shortening the processes by about 50%. In the future, when cutting the hedge, leave only 1/3 of the branch.
To do this, you will need trellis shears and a template. Instead of the latter, you can use a tight rope.
Please note, that every year it will be necessary to sanitize the fence - removing diseased and damaged branches. Treat the cut site with garden pitch.
These simple manipulations will help you take care of your garden plot, and your hedge will only cause admiration.
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