Frequently asked Questions Hedging Cedar

///Frequently asked Questions Hedging Cedar
Frequently asked Questions Hedging Cedar 2016-11-16T12:37:45+00:00

Hedging Cedar

A: It is measured from the top of the root ball to the top of the tree. So the measurement is what it will be like when it’s planted.
A: No we do not, but landscapers are recommended.
A: Approx. 45.3-54.4kg (100-120lbs) if wet.
A: The only further discount we would be able to do is on the seedlings, but not on any other size. No exceptions.
A: The hole should be roughly 26-30cm (10-12 inches) deep. You want at least 1/3 of the root ball above the surface of the soil. In other words, make sure the soil does not cover the entire root ball.
A: The emeralds and pyramidalis must be at least 60 centimeters apart (2ft), the excelsas must be apart 90cm-1.2m (3-4 ft)