Topiary Columns

There is nothing like a column or flame shape to add a bit form to a garden. They can be created by clipping Taxus or Buxus and some other plants into these shapes or by using plants that are naturally growing in this form like certain conifers and trees. With any plant you are wanting to maintain to a desired form clipping regularly is essential. Holding plants in this way also makes it important to feed at least twice a year to keep the colour in the foliage. Experience has taught us not to clipp plants when there is a chance of spreading fungus into the cut leaves. So avoid clipping them in wet weather and use clean,sharp shears and clean the shears with a anti-bacterial solution each time you start a new plant. For more help read our recommended book. Topiary for everyone.

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  1. Buxus Quatro Ball Stack 10 Litre Pot
    £100.00
    A 4 tiered stand of box balls starting wide and the bottom getting smaller, with a clear stem in between Learn More
  2. Cupressus sem. Totem 4 Litre Pot 80-100cm
    £22.60
    Pencil shaped conifer that is 80-100cm high Learn More
  3. Yew Baccata David 45 Litre Pot 160-175cm Heavy Column
    £202.50
    Yew David is a stunning columnar shaped conifer bearing golden foliage that matures to the lovely dark green. Extra chunky form Learn More
  4. Yew Fastigiata Aurea 35 Litre Pot 160/180cm
    £195.00
    Yew Fastigiata Aurea Specimen sized form. Height 160/180cm Learn More
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