Elm video

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    Geoff Hobson


    I have watched the Elm styling video and I have a couple of questions. First, how late in the spring/summer can this kind of styling be done? Second, what other species are suitable, and which are not. I am thinking of Silver Birch as one example.



    Hi Geoff

    Good and relevant question. Many deciduous trees are included.

    Silver Birch I will exclude from the list because it isn’t positive responding on defoliation. It looses to much sap flow and needs to grow relatively undisturbed during summer, keeping high transpiration and water flow, with just minor small new branches pruned.

    The list can probably be extended with other trees, but here are a few that positively will be included:

    • Japanese maples
    • Elm (including cork bark variety, Chinese Elm i.e.)
    • Hornbeam (also Korean Hornbeam)
    • Crataegus
    • Beech
    • Cherry
    • Prunus (except Prunus mume where branches are brittle during most of the growth period)
    • Malus, Crabapple i.e.
    Geoff Hobson

    Thanks for the reply, Morten, just what I wanted to know,


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