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FoxosimoFoxosimo Posts: 47
I've got a pair of 3 litre cordyline pink passion hardy torbay palms which I'd like to plant next to each other and provide some form of screening. Just wondered how close to space them - is a foot and a half/40cms approx ok?

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  • KiliKili Posts: 344
    edited 21 July
    I have a cordyline which is quite old now and its over 6 feet tall with a leaf spread of 3 feet. Also as it gets taller the lower leaves drop which gives it the appearance of a palm tree. Maybe plant them 3-4 feet apart unless you want them to create a dense screen

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  • KiliKili Posts: 344
    edited 21 July
    Sorry just realised where talking old money here, maybe not 3 feet but 90 to 120cm's if your a youngster  :D

    'The power of accurate observation .... is commonly called cynicism by those that have not got it.

    George Bernard Shaw'

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