For a cypress of about one and a half meters one and seventy meters, what pot size do you need?
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Let's start answering your question with a fairly obvious phrase: the pot is the container of the root system of a plant. From this quite obvious statement, we can understand that the pot must have a size such as to allow a good development of the root system. Aerial portion and root portion of the plant are connected to each other, both from the physiological point of view and from the point of view of size. To grow in height and width, the plant needs good support from the root system, i.e. the aerial part to grow in size needs a corresponding growth from the root system.
Cypress is a plant that grows a lot in nature depending on the species. In fact, you can find American cypresses or sempervirens cypresses over 10 meters high. If you want to grow it in pots you will have to limit the growth with pruning aimed at reducing the crown to balance the size of the pot (and therefore of the root system) with the size of the crown. If you want to cultivate a cypress in pot you should buy the dwarf varieties of cypress in the nursery as these species grow little and vegetate well even in pots of 50-60 cm in diameter. Alternatively, if you have larger dimensions that you can use, you can also buy 1 meter diameter pots. The larger the pot is, the more the plant will grow and the less it will need pruning to reduce its foliage. In conclusion, we can say that there are no ideal dimensions for the cultivation of cypress in pot but as this plant is a widely developed species, we can say that the larger the pot the better it will be for the growth of this plant.
The tree of cypress (or Cupressus) it's a conifer of the Cupressaceae family, such as evergreen. Some species are native to Turkey, northern Iran and Cyprus, others come from the area of Mexico and California.
It was successfully spread in the Mediterranean during the Roman era.
It shows up with leaves similar to scales and assumes the characteristic as a whole conical shape. The fruits are gods cone cones which remain on the plant even for years. The flowers are hardly visible.
The first year of life the cypress presents itself with small needles which will then fall leaving room for the real leaves.
The wood is fragrant, with spicy notes. Visually striking, this plant manages to live for several hundred years. However, it reaches its full maturity very slowly, taking a long time to reach its final height.
They are counted up to 100 varieties of cypress and it is possible to distinguish two important subgroups: the species horizzontalis, where the branches are perpendicular to the trunk, and that pyramidalis in which the branches take on the characteristic pyramid shape.
Among the best known varieties we can mention the Arizona cypress (Silver cypress), which in mature age also expands in width, reaching 5 meters in diameter. The leaves are gray-blue. It is mostly used as ornament tree.
Then there is the Bald cypress (Taxodium Distichum), even up to 40 meters high, with reddish bark and very luxuriant foliage. It is often used for its function of windbreak.
The Kashmiri cypress it is characterized by very showy hanging leaves that contribute to widening the diameter of the plant. In fact, its appearance is very different from what we are used to and its height does not exceed 20 meters.
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The hedge is a completely artificial vertical structure, which requires human intervention to preserve itself, but inside it offers an ecosystem of great value. Let's see which plants are best suited for this purpose and how to introduce it into your garden.
First, you need to choose the right specimens. Costs vary in relation to the height, the area to be fenced and the type and shape chosen. To calculate the final expense, multiply the price of the individual elements by the number of plants needed to create the hedge. In the table you can find some examples of the costs of specimens of different kinds.
|Evergreen sod or bush||60 cm||5 €|
|1 m||3,50 €|
|A ball||15 cm||3 €|
|1 m||80 € |
|Cypress ||1 m ||5 €|
|2 m||8 €|
|Bush hibiscus||1.2m - 1.6m||12 €|
The hedge is a barrier created by man, to be designed and built with care. It is perfect as a fence or to enrich an outdoor environment. Often it is already planned at the same time as the construction of the garden or the house itself.
It has a great biodiversity inside: since the plants receive light both from above and from the sides, the shoots and leaves develop in both directions, giving them great vegetative vigor. This also means that it needs to be monitored and needs constant care.
This element in the garden has multiple functions: you can use it to delimit a border, to have more privacy in your garden, but also to mask those areas with soil defects.
First, to choose it is necessary to make a distinction between formal and informal hedge. The first type concerns the classic Italian ones, with well-cut shrubs that withstand all temperatures well. The second type, on the other hand, is mixed, with an alternation of evergreen specimens and flowers of different heights, but it is less frequent in our country.
Usually plants of the same genus are chosen, in order to have a compact and uniform wall with a greater aesthetic yield. For an alternation of colors, you can opt for evergreens, alternating different species or varieties, or for specimens with an uneven seasonal cycle.
If you need to shelter from the wind or to have more privacy, choose tall and thick specimens (15 - 20 meters). The most common hedge plants used as a barrier are composed of evergreen, broad-leaved and coniferous trees. Also interesting is the result obtained through the deciduous species that do not produce in winter, but produce a very strong aesthetic effect in the other seasons. Instead, to define the boundaries of a space or a driveway, it is better to opt for the lower and wider hedge plants or for creepers.
The plants that are used most for the hedge are:
The best results are obtained with medium-sized plants (150 - 170 cm), grown in pots, which take root better and flower faster but are also more expensive. The layout of the hedge plants can be in a single straight row or in several parallel bands, depending on the function. If there are more parallel layers, for example, it will be thicker and more anti-noise.
The distance between individual specimens varies depending on the species, but development potential must also be taken into account. For example, you can calculate 100 - 120 cm for cypress, 80 - 100 cm for laurel and cherry laurel and 50 - 70 cm for privet.
If you want a tall and long hedge at a low cost, choose plants sold with bare root, grown in the ground, a cheaper solution than the one in pots. Take into account a progressive loss of yield over time, which can in any case be avoided with the use of a root growth stimulator.
Many hedge plants are sold with a small clod of earth surrounding the roots, so they can take root easily and are usually wrapped in burlap cloth and wire mesh. They should ideally be planted before spring. For more guarantees that you have chosen the right alternative for your needs, always contact expert gardeners. You can contact them easily through the form you find on our site.
Before placing the hedge plants in the ground, it is best to irrigate them to facilitate taking root. Also create a strip of soil about one meter wide in the center of which to place the hedge, in particular a groove 50 cm long and 35 wide and with an adequate drainage system.
At this point, just place the roots at the right depth and cover with the removed earth. If the soil is particularly clayey or marshy, it is necessary to intervene. In the latter case, for example, it is necessary to integrate with sand or earth. For a job done well and lasting, always contact professionals in the sector.
For the next 2 - 3 years, keep the area free from weeds and water twice a week with about 15 liters per square meter.
Limit the pruning to the necessary interventions to give a harmonious shape to the plant and fill the spaces between one specimen and another.
Also in this case, the distances indicated in the Civil Code must be considered, in particular Article 892 establishes a distance of 0.5 meters from the property boundary for hedge shrubs and 1.5 m for non-tall trees.
Yellow cypress belongs to Lawson's cypress species (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), also called garden or park cypress. It is not related to cypress, although the plants are quite similar.
Depending on the variety, the plants can be 1 to 15 meters tall and up to 3 meters wide. They grow straight usually conical, some even columnar. The leaves can range from green-yellow to light yellow, with some varieties changing color over the course of the year or age. Cypress is evergreen, so in winter it is a nice splash of color in the otherwise quite bare garden.
Yellow cypress feels best in full sun. It can tolerate a partially shaded spot, but it can lose some of its light and green color when too much shade is available. It should be protected from the wind, especially it can cause frost damage to the otherwise hardy plant if they are too loose.
Like all false cypresses, it needs deep, well-drained soil, ideally always slightly moist. Water stagnation on the other hand is not tolerated at all, as this conifer reacts very sensitively. Dryness is tolerated only for a short time and quickly recognized by the browning of the leaves. Grows best on acidic to slightly alkaline and nutrient-rich soils, lime is well tolerated.
The yellow cypress can be planted from spring to fall at any time as long as the ground is not frozen. To make it more bearable, the first winter on the new site should ideally be planted until September. It then has enough time to root before frost, so it can withstand freezing temperatures better.
In the individual position, the yellow false cypress does not need pruning, it grows so compact. However, when hedges are forming, they should be cut once or twice a year so that they don't chip from below and stay low. Early spring before the new shoot is best, so in July it can be cut again if needed. Many varieties grow well uncut and like 10-15m tall, but with regular pruning they can also be kept at 1 to 4m height.
The conifers very close to the cut they should not be cut too often, they cannot tolerate a cut in old wood, so they do not repopulate. Plants that have grown too tall should not be drastically cut in one go, but should be shortened slowly by regularly cutting them twice a year.
The cut branches of the cypress do not belong to the compost because they contain substances that influence the metabolism of the microbes necessary for decomposition and therefore inhibit their activity. Since they only decompose very slowly, they are chopped but an ideal garden path or bedspread. Above all, the false cypress is delighted when its shredded branches are laid as foot floors.
The cypress yellow can be easily propagated by cuttings, which are cut in the summer. For this purpose, seasoned shoots, even woody parts of the stem, are cut with leaves and mixed in humus-rich soil (such as peat) with non-calcareous sand for better permeability.
The cuttings should be covered with glass and kept moist, but not too wet. Air the glass again and again to avoid mold growth.
'Aurea Densea: imprinted with golden yellow leaves
Erecta Aurea: 8-10m high, 3m wide. The variety grows cone-shaped, but is slender and has bright yellow leaves
'Golden wonder: the leaves are rather pale yellow, green in old age
'Kelleris Gold: height 4-5m. Due to the subtle habit, this golden variety is very suitable for hedges
'Lane: very popular variety for hedges, as it grows slender columnar. In spring and summer, their leaves are lemon yellow, in winter they turn golden yellow to bronze
'Lemon Queen: 10m high, 3m wide. Pale yellow to lime yellow leaves. Cone-shaped growth. Due to the width unsuitable as a hedge plant. Only suitable for large gardens as a solitaire
Luteocompacta: height 2.5m, width 1.5m. Characterized by a particularly dense and compact growth. The leaves on the vertical branches are yellow, light green. Conical growth obstructs a hedge. Better than solitaire, it can also be grown in the bucket
'Minimum Aurea: height 1.5 m, width 1 m. The cone-shaped conifer with erect branches is densely occupied with yellow, especially folded, soft leaves. It is ideal for the bucket
'Stardust: height 15m. Maintains with distinctive yellow leaves and grows in a broad cone shape with dense branching
'Stewartii: height 5-8m, width 3m. Very fast growing variety with dense, arched overhanging shoots. The tips of the shoots and the leaves shine golden yellow
'Winston Churchill: 15m high, 3m wide. The more spherical variety glows a golden yellow, but due to the width only in individual position for the large garden is recommended
'Yvonne: height 10m. Popular variety for a golden hedge
Cypress is actually used extensively in as well herbal medicine, since it turns out to be rich in flavonoids, polyphenols, tannins.
These substances denote a whole series of properties with direct effects on microcirculation, for example for the treatment of peripheral venous insufficiency. Other benefits have been found forAnti-inflammatory action respiratory system disorders.
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