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I was wanting to put in some Fagus sylvatica topiary cubes,approx 1.50 high x 1.00m x 1.00m, but client does not want to pay price for ready formed topiary. Would planting hedging plants of 1.00 high
closely together work, and what spacing would you recommend.

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  • Posted: Wed. 17th November 2010 17:04

Re: Fagus sylvatica cubes

Reply from Ornamental Tree Nurseries

Hello,

The reasoning behind the expense of large topiary cubes are the years (and years and years) that go into creating them.

You could plant individual hedging plants at 12 inch intervals as a cheap alternative but it will never be a substitute for a topiary plant and wont give the same effect.

So in answer, 12 inch intervals at the closest for a cheap alternative but by no means a substitute.

Hope that helps.

Kate
Ornamental Tree Nurseries

  • Posted: Thu. 18th November 2010 08:43