Evergreen Windbreaks And Privacy Screens - Evergreen Trees For Sale
It is best to space each tree [and each row of trees] about 10 feet apart, with the trees of each row staggered like footprints. From a distance they will both appear and function like a single tight row planted only 5 ft apart, but without the resulting competition for water, sunshine and nutrients. For a more natural look, use multiple species and plant them more randomly, not in straight lines.
Growing Under the Spruce Tree - Salisbury Greenhouse
Under your #SpruceTree. As any doctor will tell you, proper treatment requires proper diagnosis. There are actually 3 reasons why all your grass dies under large spruce (and pine, etc) trees. SOLUTIONS! Read More! By Rob Sproule, Salisbury Greenhouse