For crops, the winter months are if their attractiveness shows. Whether its blossoms of a dramatic or deciduous evergreen leaves decorating the atmosphere, winter is the time for feel and garden color.
1. Colorful Foliage and Flowering Hedges
Because we talk the Viburnum Tinus hedge that’s an evergreen the pink blossom clusters are shifting into berries.
Dogwoods are in their finest — Cornus Alba using its reddish stems (or the brighter reddish stems of Cornus Sibirica) looks fantastic planted in a ramble alongside Cornus Stolonifera using its vivid yellow stems — Dogwood is very good place against a snowy backdrop.
And give an idea to the birds by supplying a choice of species with berries, fighting — Berberis, Holly, Pyracantha franchetii are excellent examples.
2. Evergreen Hedging
Evergreen shrubs for hedges that were trimmed to a shape seem great when compared with frost or snow. Yew (Taxus baccata) looks especially stunning with this but other great species for this impact could be Leylandii, Lonicera nitida, Privet, Portuguese Laurel, Box and, but not a complete evergreen, Beech is also quite great to get a powerful, structural gore.
Could you trim hedges in winter?
After developing a new hedge,’ formative’ pruning (forming a tree/hedge whilst it’s young) is completed in its first few years and this ought to be completed in spring or winter. As soon as you’ve your hedge,’care’ pruning is carried out once annually in the summer and spring months. Based on whether your hedge is casual or formal hedges expect 2 to three times annually are pruned by maintenance. A Dollar only requires clipping a year. The difference between an informal and formal hedge is how leaves are clipped. Some plants like native mixed hedging need very little maintenance but may not survive in the winter and bloom later in the summer.