Planting lots of Pyracantha and want to give them a good start
Im totally new to this stuff so go easy on me if I say something silly.
I am going to be planting lots of pyracantha for a security hedge.
I want to give it the best start possible and i dont mind spending a little bit of money to achieve that.
My soil is 'normal' if thats a thing, nothing outstanding about it, we have a few trees in the garden so im sure the soil isnt bad.
My plan is to dig up the area (the width of the garden) and prep it for the shrubs.
I will use compost on this occasion, im going to mix it in with the top soil, i also believe Blood, fish and bone is good but im not 100% sure about how to apply it, do i sprinkle it on after planting or mix it in?
I was going to use miracle grow compost which i know has fertiliser in it so will the B.F & B cause any adverse effects?
Am I going about this the right way? or is there a better way?
The Pyracantha will be about 6ft on arrival if that makes any difference.