Showing posts from January, 2017

Snow Queen

We have purchased 3 slender birch trees which will aid us in the zoning of the garden and creation of a seating zone behind them.  We have spent months looking into what would work in the garden in regards to size, shape and soil type.   These trees promise to grow slowly when planted together in close proximity they will develop beautiful white bark and whilst  providing an element of privacy they won't block the light due to their light canopy. We have underplanted them with dogwood to contrast with the bark, evergreen ferns, snowdrops and box.