HOW AND WHEN TO Prune BEECHENHEDGE AND HORNBEAM
What is the difference between the beech hedge and the hornbeam
The difference between the beech hedge and the hornbeam is in the leaf. The leaves of the beech hedge are smoother and the leaves of the hornbeam have clearer veins. In addition to green, the beech hedge also comes in red and this type of hedge does not lose leaf in winter. The hornbeam is only green and does lose leaves in winter. Read more about the differences between the beech hedge and the hornbeam.
Pruning a beech hedge starts with planting a hedge
The growing season of the beech hedge runs from mid-March to September. And the pruning already starts with planting the hedge. After planting, the tips need to be shortened a little. Read all the details about planting a hedge.
Does a hedge fit in your garden?
Do you want to know if a hedge is right for your garden? At the vtwonen course ‘Designing a dream garden with Vivian and Mark’ you can make a garden design and find out whether a hedge fits the shapes and planting of your own garden design.