Plant an Informal Hedge

A mix of shrubs that provide cover and food for wildlife is easy to take care and provides decades of beauty.

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Aftercare

Once plants have started growing in spring, cut them back by about a third to encourage bushy growth from the base. Keep them watered throughout their first year and regularly remove any weeds around their base. This will prevent your roses from having to compete for nutrients and water while they are in the process of becoming established.

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Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything

© 2010 Dorling Kindersley Limited

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