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Planting to have them grow together - how close?

Posted by njmomma z6 NJ (My Page) on
Fri, May 7, 10 at 20:29

If I want them to grow together how close should I plant them?
I would like to see them together only after the first 3 feet. I'd prefer to see them individually and then gradually grow together on 2 separate trellises.

I'm thinking of leaving 18" between them when planting to achieve this goal. Is that too close? Too far apart?

They are all type II - Dr. Ruppel, Miss Bateman, Bees Jubilee, Ramona, Elsa Spath, Guernsey Cream, Niobe.

Thanks!
Natanya


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RE: Planting to have them grow together - how close?

Are you putting two separate Trellis side by side?..What is the width of the area you are planting these?..Not understanding exactly what you mean but I plant mine 8-12inches apart...Jeanne


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RE: Planting to have them grow together - how close?

I have two IIs on a two foot wide trellis/net/arbor (multiple locations).


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