Planting lots of Pyracantha and want to give them a good start (PART 2)
I (with help from 2 others) planted the 20 Pyracantha yesterday, took just under 5 hours and today i am sore despite being accused of being the project manager rather than the labourer
I used advice from the previous post
I used the fungi
I used Bonemeal mixed into the soil
I did NOT use compost in the end, as said, its best it use the native soil
I used bark as mulch but i think i need a couple more bags, that stuff doesn't last!
Watering it every day, let the soil flood then it drains in, luckily i have good drainage.
Used bamboo sticks to keep them straight, the shrubs are currently about 2.4 meters tall.
My question is what happens from now?
Does it grow at all this year?
Are there any signs/things i need to keep an eye out for?
Is there anything i can do beyond watering them right now?
Im really wanting them to grow outwards to fill the spaces between the shrubs (50cm - 60cm)
Is there anything else i can do in general?
If this shrub does well ill definitely be incorporating more!