01:40PM | 04/26/06
Member Since: 11/15/05
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I have several boxwoods standing about 18 inches tall that I would like to shape into cones.

What kind of tool would be appropriate and how does one go about shaping to this shape anyway?


05:14AM | 09/22/11
Member Since: 09/20/11
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Boxwood Cones :
You can also quickly create a boxwood cone with simple movements:

When a contour cut boxwood cone, it is important to ensure that drive overall growth and that the trunk grows straight.

1. The best thing to use to help with the cutting of bamboo are placed in a cone in the cone of boxwood. Tie the upper ends of the sticks together to create a beautiful cone.

2. Then cut boxwood cone with scissors GARDENA Accu ContourCut bush, along the lines of the bamboo poles to maintain a cone shape very well cut.

From time to time, take a step back to see how you are creating from a distance. Make sure the form is cut evenly. This is the best way to identify irregularities. Be careful when making adjustments, however, since it is easy to make mistakes when doing this.


05:33AM | 09/23/11
Member Since: 09/20/11
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Make your own shrubs hedges

Make a topiary bush is a difficult but very fun.
Choose the plant - is easier to start a topiary bush with a small shrub that can be molded under as it grows. However, you can achieve an effect outdoor topiary plants grown as well.
Chassis frame or not - If you are new to landscaping, you'll want to put in the bushes topiary shapes you choose to sculpt. As the plant grows, the framework will guide the decisions of your pruning. If you are an experienced artist topiary, may attempt to create hedges, topiary formless. Note that even experienced artists frames hedges are used to make things easier. If you have a large shrub, it may be necessary to build the frame around landscaping.
Training and pruning - When creating a hedge of shrubs outdoors, you have to take it easy. Imagine how you want your topiary to seek final and cut no more than 3 inches in working towards that. If you are working on growing a small shrub, prune 1 inch in areas where you need to fill in. pruning will stimulate further growth, bushier. If working on the creation of a large bush, do not take more than 3 inches in areas where they want to reduce. Since this will only end up with parts of the bush and ruin the process. Remember, when creating a topiary bush that is creating a sculpture in slow motion.
Training and pruning - repeat this step as it will have to repeat this Stepa € | a lot. Shub Train and prune a little more about every 3 months during active growth.
Take your time when you make your own hedges, and take things in stride. Your patience will be rewarded with a fabulous outdoor landscaping.
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