The bark of trees as decoration area

By Admin | Landscape
21 April 2016

Each type of wood - its own unique pattern of bark, often characteristic enough to serve as a means of identification.The bark can be red, green, gray, white, orange, or striped, smooth, rough or deeply grooved.If you carefully consider any piece of bark, it seems a work of abstract art.

During the growing season landscape tree bark adds texture and color, and most importantly, it will decorate your garden in the dead of winter.

Sycamore

bright tree, which is often found along streams in North America, on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus, in the south of Ukraine and Central Asia.Grayish-brown bark - scaly at the base, further up the trunk, it becomes disjointed plate, and below them opened a creamy white and variegated layers.This pattern resembles the aerial photographs of cropland.

Cherry

beautiful plant with white spring flowers and red wine, sometimes almost black fruits.The dark, multi-layered crust resembles the surface of Mars or burnt chips.Certain varieties of cherr

ies can be grown in Russia in Bryansk, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kaluga, Moscow, Ryazan, Smolensk and Tula regions.

Dogwood

sapling popular because of its large, white, spring flowers and purple-red autumn leaves.But his bark is also very decorative and unusual, as if she were a member of a small block of plates.In winter texture and elegant silhouette of a tree are most noticeable.Frost varieties of dogwood grow well and produce fruit throughout the Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltic States, even;in Russia - the latitude of the Eagle.Slate form dogwood grow even in Siberia, in the Altai Territory.

Maple Phoenix

It is a small tree, perhaps more suited to enjoy the winter bark color.At the end of the summer season pinkish tone is shiny white, red and orange stripes.Bright yellow autumn leaves tend to fall early, opening our opinion it is a treasure.This maple requires a lot of sun and good drainage, and, unfortunately, it has insufficient frost to grow in the middle lane.Enthusiasts grow it in the form of small trees or shrubs in sheltered places and good harbor for the winter.

Khalezov Caroline

small beautiful tree is best suited for shady locations with acidic soil.In April and May, covered with white, drooping flowers.During the life of the tree changes its bark: from light gray to dark brown with cracks becomes scaly plates.Just this kind of Khalezov for central Russia.Plants need sun and protection from the north winds.

Kariya ovoid

bark of this tree is typical for large shade trees: wood strips torn from the trunk at the top and bottom of remaining tight to the middle, creating a shaggy appearance.

Juniperus virginiana

conifers native to the eastern and central United States, thrives in calcareous soils.Mature plants can take up a lot of space on the site, but this is offset by their garlands of evergreen needles and silvery-brown bark.In Russia, it is grown in Moscow and St. Petersburg and other botanical gardens Nechernozemie.

plant in your garden plants with interesting bark in the background, a contrast of color or texture.For example, red maple stems will look great next to a gray stone or a white wall.This will help to highlight the silhouette of a tree in winter.

to plant groups, one - not far from each other.It can visually enlarge the parameters of a beautiful crust.

Care

To maintain a healthy crust, remove weeds and pests.Be careful when mowing the grass around the tree: cuts and other injuries of the cortex looks unsightly and can be a starting point for pests.One solution to this problem - a flower bed around the tree or mulching pristvolovogo circle.

Do not water the trees too often: this can contribute to diseases of the tree, and korogryzuschie insects will feel in this environment, both at home.Enough young trees watered once or twice a week during the first year after planting the spirit, in the dry summer.

more about how to care for the trees, you can read here.But this video will give you new ideas for landscaping and help you choose plants for your garden.