English Woodlands Continue Advice Series on Suitable Trees for Screening

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English Woodlands, an East-Sussex based supplier of trees, plants and planting accessories, are releasing an advice series for consumers detailing suitable trees for screening.

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English Woodlands continue advice series on suitable trees for screening

While we love sharing our expertise, we’re currently attempting to bring a lot of this information online, so visitors can now start planning their garden without ever leaving the site.

The new series is targeted towards informing those seeking to screen their garden, or other urban environments. Readers can expect to find advice and information regarding the benefits of different tree types, along with examples of particular species for reference and comparison.

Visitors to the site will be able to read up on the relative advantages of evergreen & semi-evergreen, deciduous and coniferous trees in terms of screening. The initial post outlines the potential for variety and interest in deciduous plants, such as Pyrus Chanticleer and the Hawthorn family. The post discusses the seasonal variety of screening which features autumn colour and bare winter branches, along with the improvements in light penetration they allow during the winter.

A subsequent post will discuss the benefits of evergreen and semi-evergreen trees, particularly focusing on the utility of having consistent and reliable screening throughout the year. As the company’s most asked-for screening category is non-coniferous evergreens, they outline a number of recommended species for this purpose, including Portuguese Laurel, Photinia Red Robin and certain breeds of Holly.

Rounding out the series is a post discussing the advantages of investing in coniferous trees for screening. Covering their distinctive appearance comprised of a cone-shaped form and needled foliage, while being both large and dense enough to screen particular features. The post suggests possible choices, such as Thuja plicata, the Western Red Cedar, or the extremely fast growing Cupressocyparis Leylandii, able to gain over a metre each year.

A representative from English Woodlands was available to comment on the release of the new series. ‘We consistently see a lot of requests from consumers seeking advice on how to screen their property, whether they’re looking for a full feature specimen, raised fence-line screening or something appropriate for hedging. While we love sharing our expertise, we’re currently attempting to bring a lot of this information online, so visitors can now start planning their garden without ever leaving the site.’

English Woodlands are a shrub, plant and tree supplier located in East-Sussex. By continuing to expand their collection of online guides and resources they hope to see more customers satisfied with their planting goals in 2013.

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