Cedar (Cedrus spp.) tree hedges make a bold statement and can draw attention or create a backdrop for statuary or smaller plants. As a windbreak, a cedar hedge alters or creates microclimates. Jul 06, 2016 · – Prepare for planting cedar trees. Before to start planting cedar hedges you need to decide how many cedar trees you need. In order to calculate the number of cedars you should know the length of your cedar hedge. Keep in mind that the distance between cedar trees should be about 75 centimeters. – Digging planting holes.5/5(99).
The Western Red Cedar is an excellent choice for larger hedges or a larger individual conifer. It is one of the fastest growing cedars. It can grow 30 – 60 centimeters (1-2 feet) per year. As a hedge it will make an excellent wind and noise breaker. It can be kept as a hedge from 1.8 – 2.4 meters (6 – 7 feet) or let grow to a taller hedge. Dec 12, 2014 · Whenever you are planting, envision the height of your cedar tree when mature. Cedar trees can grow very large. Depending on the specific type of cedar, they generally grow up to 50ft. (15m), but can be over 100ft. (30m) tall. Look for a clear area that 84%(5).
A good hedge, of any type, requires planning and spacing geared to how you plan to maintain your hedge and the needs of the tree or shrub you're planting. To determine spacing for a cedar hedge. If you are planting in the spring it may be beneficial to fertilize a freshly-transplanted shrub to encourage new growth. Do not fertilize if planting in the fall. The plants will be getting ready to go dormant for winter so you shouldn’t try to encourage new growth.
THE BEST IN NATURAL PRIVACY. Everybody needs privacy. But with so many choices out there, how do you know what's right for you and your family? Fences act as a deterrent, but do they really block anyone from actually seeing/hearing what's going on at your property? The answer is no. But there is a solution. The natural warmth of a lush, living, growing cedar hedge! Planting Your Cedar Hedges. Plan out your cedar hedge by measuring the desired hedge length. You’ll need to space your cedar shrubs about 1 ½ feet apart, so calculate how many shrubs needed to create the hedge by dividing the required spacing footage by the number of .