Griselinia Replacement

Tomas Malone asked 11 years ago

As the hedge is 35 years old with very dense roots is it practical to just cut the existing hedge and try to plant something between the old stumps. Any recommendations on what is best to plant as a replacement and when is the best time to do so ?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Yes, you culd cut down the tops to soil level and plant between the stumps, which will rot away.

You can plant common laurel, which is frost resistant, at 50cm apart in October.