The Q&A Archives: Photina Hedge

Question: How far apart should I plant these

Answer: In general, the space between plants should be one-third to one-half their mature spread. For example, Photinia has a mature spread of about 6 feet, so they should be planted 2 to 3 feet apart to create a hedge.

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