Elwoodii, Ellwood’s Empire or Snow White Conifers from Thursday at Lidl for £1.29 or 5 for £5.
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Elwoodii, Ellwood’s Empire or Snow White Conifers from Thursday at Lidl for £1.29 or 5 for £5.

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Found 5th Oct 2015
Choose from Elwoodii, Ellwood’s Empire or Snow White
Height (cm): 30 - 35
Pot Size Ø (cm): 11
Keep soil moist
Full sun / Part shade
Outdoor
Makes a nice hedge and a keep trim for a neat bushy hedge,can't beat a well trimmed hedge,bush.
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I like a good trimmed bush myself (_;)
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Bought similar about this time last year and planted in shade now nearly 30" high.Had Conifers in last three gardens love em to give a bit of green height in a border.
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Thanks for posting, just what i need for the garden X)
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srp111

I like a good trimmed bush myself (_;)


Thought some might like nice a Bush ,nice that Bush aficionados frequent the site
morrig

Thought some might like nice a Bush ,nice that Bush aficionados frequent … Thought some might like nice a Bush ,nice that Bush aficionados frequent the site


X)
Thank you op. Just what I need ☺
Yep, you can't beat a nice tidy bush, thanks.
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Are these any good for coastal areas? some connifers burn with sea air?
morrig

Bought similar about this time last year and planted in shade now nearly … Bought similar about this time last year and planted in shade now nearly 30" high.Had Conifers in last three gardens love em to give a bit of green height in a border.http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=27401&ar=7



I bought two conifers about this size 4 years ago - I kept them in a pot but they never seemed to grow any taller. Out of the three on offer, which would you say is the best to grow for a hedge - and how far apart would you have to plant them? Thank you.
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Sophiasky

I bought two conifers about this size 4 years ago - I kept them in a pot … I bought two conifers about this size 4 years ago - I kept them in a pot but they never seemed to grow any taller. Out of the three on offer, which would you say is the best to grow for a hedge - and how far apart would you have to plant them? Thank you.



​Probably due to roots being choked is the small pot, re-pot larger or plant out it will get taller.
The bane of suburbia these are, they grow to ridiculous heights (in the ground) if not tended to. Shed nettles everywhere and if you try to cut them back when fully grown they go brown.
The band, Elwood, the band!
please can someone confirm that the 'ellwood's empire' and 'snow white' conifers are dwarf conifers and would be suitable for a 12m by 1m garden border? i am planning to plant a few of these conifers along with some other shrubs but haven't got a clue about gardening!

...the links below suggest the 'ellwood's empire' and 'snow white' varieties are dwarf conifers:

https://www.shootgardening.co.uk/plant/chamaecyparis-lawsoniana-ellwoods-empire
http://www.ornamental-trees.co.uk/chamaecyparis-lawsoniana-snow-white-conifer-pp652
...assuming they are dwarf conifers i'm guessing they would get to their maximum height pretty quickly.. say in a couple of years?
Cheers op, will check these out, I've got a few gaps in my boundary hedge hese could fill nicely
I've had bad luck with firs, planted a load of thujas nearly 3 years ago and they have just started turning brown :(. I never have that problem with Leilandi for some reason but they aren't really dense enough.
I bought some today and never got 5 for 5 pounds? was the usual 1.29 each at the till?
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