Trees for the Future
I potted up a few bits of nursery and landscape stock today into growing pots to let them grow on for 2 or 3 years so hopefully they will make some nice little trees in the future.
Going from left to right they are:
Fagus sylvatica purpurea
Acer Palmatum orange dream – this one has a really nice nebari so should be an interesting tree when it grows.
I haven’t pruned the Taxus or Acer at all. I will trim back the Taxus a little to promote new growth but I think I will leave the Acer and have a look at it in the spring. The Chestnut has been chopped so I will let it grow out for a season and then look at the branching again. The beech and the hornbeam have been lightly trimmed and cut to approx height so I will let them grow out and look at proper branch selection in spring.
Posted on 24/06/2013, in Trees and tagged Acer Palmatum Orange Dream, Beech, Carpinus Betula, Fagus Sylvatica, Growing, Hornbeam, Horse Chestnut, New Trees, Taxus Bacatta, Yew. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.