Planting stages of a Hedge Thuyas

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Planting stages of a Hedge Thuyas




by Jardinierbricoleur » 16/06/16, 02:36

Hello friends,

A short summary of my project to plant a cedar hedge.

I remodeled everything in quick steps for my friends here.

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by Eco-Challenge » 17/06/16, 09:06

Hello !

I will allow myself just a small clarification about the Thuyas hedge and the fact that it is not necessarily adapted from a point of view of biodiversity. Its simple "recycling" within sorting centers is a real problem since pruning waste is not compostable (thuja is antifungal).

It is quite possible to plant something else while having the same result (cut view, etc.)! Techniques have even been developed for moving from the cedar hedge to a hedge (http://haies-vives-alsace.org/kill-the-thuya/).


So, if it can ever be used, a small article that could help you to take stock of the advantages and disadvantages: https://blog.defi-ecologique.com/haie-c ... diversite/
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by Jardinierbricoleur » 23/09/16, 04:13

Interesting point of view!

All the same cedar hedges here allow us to save up to 20% of electricity with our cold winters at -43 celcius;)

Fewer fossil fuels
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by jpg43 » 23/09/16, 09:39

Jardinierbricoleur wrote:Interesting point of view!

All the same cedar hedges here allow us to save up to 20% of electricity with our cold winters at -43 celcius;)

Fewer fossil fuels

Possible as hedges in the Rhone Valley to protect the mistral.

However, depending on the distance and the height, dense hedges can strengthen the force of the wind instead of attenuating it. A fairly large and varied hedge has a more wind-breaking effect than the hedge mono dense species.
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by Eco-Challenge » 26/09/16, 12:11

jpg43 wrote:Possible as hedges in the Rhone Valley to protect the mistral.

However, depending on the distance and the height, dense hedges can strengthen the force of the wind instead of attenuating it. A fairly large and varied hedge has a more wind-breaking effect than the hedge mono dense species.



Random heights, different types of foliage, rights-of-way that change throughout the hedge, etc. effectively will allow better "to cash" the wind rather than using the plant walls which, potentially, will literally divert the wind. This has the main impact of changing the local ecosystem at the foot of the cedar hedges and "behind" them (where the wind is not blowing).

Nice note Jpg43!
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by Jardinierbricoleur » 08/11/16, 01:25

All ideas are good.

See my others landscaping projects.
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