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Own NEW site 2020

Picture taken during my daily bicycle trip
The garden because perfect maintain, in autumn nice colours too.
You can see the pruned a beech hedge, a beauty

How maintain:

Pruning a beech hedge (Fagus sylvatica) is often done incorrectly. Many people prune the hedge nicely straight. Over time, the top is often pruned wider. This is because the top part of the hedge grows much more vigorously. Over the years you will get a hedge that can easily be 10 cm wider at the top than at the bottom. This wider part from the top takes the light away from the bottom part. As a result, the hedge grows worse and will become less dense. The hedge also dries up more difficult and thus falls prey to fungi and pests more quickly.
Ideal hedge shape
The ideal shape of a hedge is precisely the reverse shape. The bottom must be at least 10 cm wider than the top. This gives all parts of the hedge sun and light. This allows the plant to develop well everywhere and remain beautiful for many years.

I hope you like it

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5/10/2020 8:57:22
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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