careinke wrote:rangerone314 wrote:careinke wrote:rangerone314 wrote:Today I sheetmulched a small 30sqFt rectangle in the vine area, behind my hops vines, which basically finishes off sheetmulching in that area. Friday will see spot-weeding and re-mulching of the long southeastern hedge area (consisting of rose bushes & evergreens), mainly clumps of grass.
I also mapped out the southern side of the property from one property marker to the other with flags, in anticipation of the 110 holly trees arriving early March.
I wish you would come and dig up 100 of my Holly trees. What are you going to use yours for?
As a double-rowed evergreen thorny hedge in shady areas and in the understory. Curiously there are already a few hollies in where I need them.
Should work great for that. Be aware birds spread Holly seeds very well. Expect them to start popping up around your property.
Yes... I figure they do, since there are random odd small holly trees in the woods where there are no berry bearing trees near by. One of the reasons I'm getting them is that birds like the seeds and they are not preferred by deer to eat. I prefer a healthy bird population around my property.