Tree Bark

by colin
(witham uk)

Is it good in sheltered positions, or does it prevent moisture from getting into the ground?

I have some Junipers shaded by a big Laurel, and they are barked, and seem to struggle to survive
Thanks
Colin

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by: anlex

they may not be getting enough light so it might be a good idea to trim the laurel back a bit and also give the junipers a feed of blood fish and bone. The bark will help keep the ground moist. The fertiliser can be spread round the roots of the trees and watered in. More light, and a feed.

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