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  • Calculate Row Length, Spacing or Number of Hedge Trees
    If you need the Row Length, enter the spacing you want between your trees in inches and the amount of hedges you plan to use. If you need the Spacing between your hedges in inches, enter the row length you plan to use in linear feet and the amount of hedges you plan to use. If you need the amount of Hedges you will need for your project, enter the row length you plan to use in linear feet and the spacing you would like to use between each hedge in inches.

    (Enter two fields and click "Calculate")
    Row Length covered (linear feet):
    Spacing between trees (inches):
    Number of hedge trees:
     
    Disclaimer: This tool is for informational purposes only. For more accurate design tips and spacing advice please contact one of our nursery professionals here.
     
  • Trees by age
    (Use this to calculate how many hedges you'll need)
    3-5 years old = 18 inches apart from center
    6-8 years old = 26 inches apart from center
    9-10 years old = 34 inches apart from center
     

Why Spacing Matters

When planting hedges, the space between the trees can make all of the difference. Planting box-to-box will create a nice and dense, privacy-producing hedge. Planting your trees three feet apart will still create some privacy, but you will have to wait longer for the trees to start growing between the gaps for that living wall look. Lastly, planting your trees six feet apart won't give you much privacy at all, but rather create a nice row that will highlight what it's boarding.
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