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Beech Hedging?

Posted by Kaouenn - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Kaouenn - 3 years ago

Thats great - thanks! Good idea

Thanks for everyones response,much appreciated.

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Posted by Kanak - 3 years ago

Hi, If you want a good price for a large number of trees you are a bit late for bare-root stock this year (you probably know that), but if you want to keep it trimmed relatively low you could consider hornbeam as an alternative.

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Posted by candid - 3 years ago

pepiniere Ker Anna in Le Faouet have a website.

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Posted by Kaouenn - 3 years ago

Thanks to you both for your replies- I will look into them both when I get the chance.

Thanks again.

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Posted by Nightsky-402638 - 3 years ago

Have you tried the garden centre at Le Faouet.  Not the one on the main road near the roundabout,  but the one opposite Point Vert/Gamm Vert nearer to the town centre.  They seem to have everything and very helpful. 

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Posted by kerivon - 3 years ago

www.pepinieresdeportdecarhaix.fr/ - try these, very extensive range of trees and hedging, reasonable prices, nice people. Just west of Carhaix.