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  • Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    3 x Oak, pin
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    2 x Oak, holm
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    12 x Bloodtwig dogwood
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    12 x Cotoneaster lacteus
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    12 x Common hazel
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    12 x Strawberry tree
    Author: Planfor
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Oak, pin
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Oak, holm
    © Copyright
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Bloodtwig dogwood
    © Copyright
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Cotoneaster lacteus
    © Copyright
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Common hazel
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    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Forest edge for dry and acid soil
    Strawberry tree
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  • Description
  • Type of soil: Dry and Acid (ph<7)
    Adult height: The forest edge doesn’t need pruning. The plants which form this edge are free to grow to their own height.
    Period of interest: All year.
    Planting distances:
         - Setting up two staggered rows for planting
         - Keeping 2 metres between each plant of a same row
         - Alternating bushes and trees to densify the top of the edge


    Aims:
    Introducing biodiversity on forest edges to help the forests with the climate changes.
    Planting to create a certain harmony between tall trees, and middle-height and small bushes.


    The Forest edge has several aims:
         - Sanitary: increasing the biological fight by hosting auxiliary predatory species, for example.
         - Protective: protecting against fires and hurricanes by creating a natural barrier.
         - Landscaping: diversifying the landscapes, mainly those of cultivated forests.
         - Convenient: creating recognizable physical boundaries.
         - Environmental: creating natural habitats and sources of food for plants and animals.


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