Rootware a popular delivery method for hedging plants
There are a variety of plants that can be shipped without pots. This method is often a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to shipping plants in pots.
Here are some examples of plants that can be shipped without pots:
Acer Campestre: Acer campestre is a native deciduous tree species of the soap tree family. Known as field maple, it is often used as an ornamental or street tree. The field maple is hardy and prefers sunny to semi-shady sites in a variety of soils.
Buxus Sempervirens: Buxus sempervirens is an evergreen plant species from the box family. The boxwood is often used as a hedge or topiary and is very popular due to its robustness and adaptability to different soils.
Carpinus betulus: Carpinus betulus is a deciduous tree species from the birch family. Known as hornbeam, it is often used as a hedge plant and for topiary. The hornbeam is hardy and easy to care for and grows well in different soils and climates.
Fagus Sylvatica Atropunicea: Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' is a red variety of the common beech. Known for its deep red to purple foliage colour, it is often used as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens. The beech is hardy and prefers humus-rich soils in semi-shady to sunny locations.
Ligustrum vulgare Atrovirens : Ligustrum vulgare 'Atrovirens' is an evergreen plant species from the olive family. Known as privet, it is often used as a hedge plant. The 'Atrovirens' variety has dark green, glossy leaves and prefers sunny to semi-shady locations in a variety of soils.
It is important to note that plants shipped without pots often need a longer time to grow and develop.
Here are some tips on the care and growth of plants without pots:
Plants that are sent without pots need a sufficient supply of nutrients to grow. It is advisable to use fertiliser regularly to provide the plants with the necessary nutrients. Rooted plants need sufficient space to grow. It is important to provide enough space for the roots to grow optimally. The soil in which the plants are planted should be sufficiently rich in nutrients and have good drainage to prevent waterlogging. Rooted plants require regular watering to ensure sufficient moisture. Watering should be done at regular intervals to avoid drying out or overwatering. With careful care and attention to these tips, the plants can grow healthily and vigorously.