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  • Planting the Future How to grow your Horse Chestnut trees ” Conker trees”

    By pmadmin
    In Climate Change
    Sep 4th, 2016
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    Planting the Future How to grow your Horse Chestnut trees ” Conker trees”
    plant them about 20-25mm deep individually in pots of soil/compost, between now and the end of November. Water well and place in a sheltered spot outside. Protect the pots from predators i.e. squirrels, mice etc. and from hard frosts, a cold frame is ideal, keep checking them to see if they need watering, but don’t overwater. The conkers will need to go through a period of cold temperatures to encourage them to germinate in the spring. Keep your young trees watered and re-pot as they grow bigger. Ask the landowners permission before you plant your new trees into the big wide world, they can grow very large.

    By; S Benson

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