Real Value: Pleached Trees are a Good Investment | The Complete Guide to Pleached Trees

Real Value: Pleached Trees are a Good Investment

Investing in pleached trees goes beyond their aesthetic appeal. These trees offer numerous benefits and long-term value for your property.

Enhancing Curb Appeal

Pleached trees instantly elevate the visual appeal of your property. Their structured form, lush foliage, and seasonal variations create a stunning focal point, adding character and charm to your outdoor space.

Privacy and Screening

Use pleached trees strategically to create natural privacy screens. Whether it's shielding your garden from prying eyes or demarcating different areas of your landscape, pleached trees provide an elegant solution.

Property Value Appreciation

Did you know that certain plants can increase property value? Ideal Home featured pleached trees in its article “11 plants that will add value to your home”. They share that a well-kept garden can boost a property's value by up to £58,000, making it worthwhile for homeowners to keep up with garden ideas and trends. Interestingly, some plants can boost the price value of your home by thousands, which is why taking extra care when selecting plants for your garden borders is a good idea.

Included in their list are pleached trees. Considered among the best trees for small gardens, pleached trees – especially the vibrant Photinia × fraseri 'Red Robin' – are a fantastic way to enhance your property value. Magnolia is also on the list, so double points for if it's a pleached Magnolia.

Other plants that made the list include Hydrangeas, Topiary, and hedging shrubs. So, not only are pleached trees great for adding value to your garden, but our ready-made borders featuring Hydrangeas and Topiary balls are excellent choices too!

Pleached trees are not just a beautiful addition to your garden; they are a wise investment that offers enhanced aesthetics, privacy, and property value appreciation.

The Complete Guide to Pleached Trees
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Caring for Your New Pleached Trees

With Love & Care

For practical guidance and tips about looking after pleached trees, check out our Caring for Your New Pleached Trees series. This ensures your trees get off to the best start, from delivery through their critical first two years. Remember to check on your new trees regularly and provide essential care such as staking, watering, pruning, and fertilising as needed. This will help your pleached trees thrive. Happy gardening!

Caring for Your New Pleached Trees
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