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Charme-Houblon: very ornamental

Charme-Houblon: very ornamental


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The hop hornbeam is a beautiful ornamental tree that can reach a good adult size.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Ostrya carpinifolia
Family : Betulaceae
Type : Tree

Height
: 10 to 20 m
Exposure : Sunny
Ground : Ordinary

Foliage
: Obsolete
Flowering : April May

Planting, maintenance and pruning, here are our tips:

Planting hop charm

The hop charm dreads too acidic soils and will do well in a rather calcareous soil but if it will also be very well in a neutral soil.

  • The hop charm appreciates well-drained soils and could suffer from excessively wet soil, especially in winter.
  • He likes sunny situations.
  • Plan for regular watering the first year after planting.
  • Follow the advice of tree planting from Jardiner malin.

Pruning and caring for hop charm

How to prune your hop charm:

No pruning is really necessary.

You can still cut dead, fragile or damaged branches as you go.

The hop charm is best pruned in autumn or at the end of winter.

When it comes to maintenance, the hop charm requires no care when properly installed.

It is also very resistant to most diseases which should exempt you from treating it.

Good to know about the hop charm

This tree, the leaves and shape of which quite strongly resemble the white hornbeam, otherwise has flowers that resemble those of hops. That's why it has this name!

Thus, it will only take a few years for these beautiful whitish flowers to appear in your garden.

Its habit is rounded and its growth relatively rapid. While it can grow up to 20m tall, the hop charm typically measures between 10 and 15m maximum in height as an adult.

Smart tip about the hop charm

As the hop charm is very hardy, it is disease resistant and therefore effectively combats the use of chemicals.

  • Mulching will also prevent weed growth!


Video: Charme (July 2022).


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