How and Why I Plant Bare Root Trees

From Autumn to early Spring you can plant bare root trees. These are trees which have been lifted out of the ground during the dormant season, when they have stopped growing. They will turn up without any soil on the roots and usually won’t have any leaves. The benefits of …

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Striking Autumnal Colour

If you are want a splash of autumnal colour in the garden look no further than Sweet Gum. Liquidambar styraciflua is also known as Sweet Gum, growing to a height of 42ft (13m) if left unpruned. They are tolerant to frost and once established are fairly drought tolerant. They can …

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