Cambridge St, Pimlico, London

Container planting is scattered around with annual planting for year-round interest, where a large Olive tree provides height.

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Dave Pollard lo ha aggiunto a Garden14 settembre 2021

Container trees need a bit more attention than trees planted straight into the ground. All our experts underline the benefits of repotting every other spring and replacing around one third of the soil with fresh compost to give them a nutrient boost. Jonathan advises mixing the new soil with a slow-release fertiliser. “I’m a fan of blood, fish and bone,” Edward adds. “It promotes healthy root growth and is a long-lasting feed.” Jonathan suggests then feeding your potted trees with liquid seaweed or tomato feed throughout the growing season. Edward recommends a potash fertiliser every two to three weeks. “It will keep the tree invigorated and fed enough to produce sizeable fruits,” he says.

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Utente-582765055 lo ha aggiunto a Pauline LIs Na Dara1 settembre 2021

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klisliz lo ha aggiunto a Landscape Ideas29 luglio 2021

How Should Container Trees Be Fed? Container trees need a bit more attention than trees in the ground. All our experts underline the benefits of repotting every other spring and replacing around one-third of the soil with fresh compost to provide a nutrient boost. Templar advises mixing the new soil with a slow-release fertilizer. “I’m a fan of blood, fish and bone,” Prouse says. “It promotes healthy root growth and is a long-lasting feed.” How to Feed Your Plants for a Healthier Garden

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Jeanne Riek lo ha aggiunto a Deck29 luglio 2021

How to care for container trees

suzipulice
suzipulice lo ha aggiunto a Landscaping28 luglio 2021

How Should Container Trees Be Fed? Container trees need a bit more attention than trees in the ground. All our experts underline the benefits of repotting every other spring and replacing around one-third of the soil with fresh compost to provide a nutrient boost. Templar advises mixing the new soil with a slow-release fertilizer. “I’m a fan of blood, fish and bone,” Prouse says. “It promotes healthy root growth and is a long-lasting feed.”

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