Planting a beech hedge
A beech hedge is a beautiful plant that is both beautiful and useful. That is why it is important that you take good care of it. By taking good care of it, the plant will last longer and you can also enjoy it longer. For example, it is bald in the winter and you have a full bunch of leaves in the summer. Just like all other plants you can’t plant the beech hedge all year round. The best time to put the plant in the ground is between the end of October and mid-April. Make sure that this is done with the bare root. If the weather and the soil are bad, it is best to wait until March. Pot-grown beech hedges can be planted all year round.
The amount of beech hedge plants
The number of beech hedges per metre depends on what suits your garden best. With various tools you can plant the right amount of plants in your garden. Furthermore, you should not plant the plants too close together, because the roots need enough space to grow. So make sure they are not too close together!
How do you plant them?
Of course you also have to plant the beech hedge. That has to be done with a good structure. Make sure they are loose and airy and don’t make them too wet. The plants don’t like wet soil. Make sure you make a big hole so that they fit well in it. You also have to mix it with a soil improver so that the soil is healthier. Then you divide it over the length and put them straight, then you kick them on. You also have to make sure they are deep enough.
You also have to make sure that you water the plants in dry periods. You also have to make sure that no lice get into the plant. This way your plant will not be damaged, and it will last a long time.