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planting rowan trees
|Posted by maureen curran , Feb 25,2005,12:24||Forum|
AS ANUMBER OF OLD ASH TREES HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM OUR GARDEN I NOW WISH TO PLANT ROWAN TREES IN THERE PLACE. THEY WILL BE SUPPLIED AS ESTABLISHED. 4.25-5M TALL WITH 14-15CM GIRTH.THE AVAIBLE CROSS GARDEN SPACE IS AROUND 12M. WHAT DISTANCE (HOW MANY)APART SHOULD THEY BE SPACED/PLANTED ALLOWING FOR ALL THE VARIBLES TO BE CONCIDERED. THE AIM IS TO HAVE AS MANY IN A LINE AS POSSIBLE ACROSS THIS SPACE. ANY OTHER ADVICE ON PLANTING THEM WOULD BE MOST WELCOME. IS THERE A"BEST" TIME OF YEAR TO UNDERTAKE THIS?
MANNY THANKS MAUREEN CURRAN
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