How many trees (witout the subject of any flower) is suitable to be planted,in a 100 sq .m. garden?
- boy boyLv 73 weeks ago
with as many as 5 you will prevent further growth to the floor below
- 3 weeks ago
I would say 1 tree every square centimeter. So 100mx100m is 10000cmx10000cm = 100000000cm^2 = 100000000 trees. If you manage that, give #teamtrees a ring so they can stop their funding
- 3 weeks ago
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- Anonymous3 weeks ago
I don't know.sadfsadfsadfsa
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- Markus ImhofLv 73 weeks ago
Depends on the tree (or what you would classify as tree) and the shape and location of the garden. A single grown nut or Sequoia can easily overshadow a 10x10 meters square. On the other hand, if those 100 square meters are a 1 meter strip around a 25x25 meter building, you could (in the right climate) plant a hundred apple trees and guide them into espaliers to cover up the walls.
Ok, besides these extremes, I have (on a roughly 200 square meter garden):
2 eating Apples (one full size, one half size)
4 decorative apples
1 Pear (half size)
1 Plum (half size)
1 Quince (half size)
2 sorb trees (still very young)
~10 wild fruits (blackthorn, hazel, wild pear) you might classify as tree or bush, depending on your preference as part of a hedge (the remainder are wild roses)
a few (small) decorative Acorns are still surviving (definitely not the right climate for them)
If you check nurseries (online or in real life), you'll see that trees come in different shapes and sizes.
- Jake No ChatLv 73 weeks ago
It depends upon the tree, its projected diameter when full grown and what look you are going after. For medium sized trees, you may want to keep it to just 5 trees, so that they have room to grow without getting into each other's way.