Maybe you have a dead tree in your yard and just don’t know what to do with it! Sometimes it is difficult to use a mechanical device to uproot or trim the stump. And remove the stump manually, what a hassle! So, how to give a second life to these trees that have been passed down from life to death:
SUPPORT FOR CLIMBING
In fact, a dead tree can appear perfect to accommodate a climbing plant such as a liana rose or wisteria. But … Yes, because there is a “but” it’s not that easy … It sounds like a good short term solution, but what about the long term? It seems important to me to take into account that this tree will fall over at some point, especially since a climbing plant in this tree offers better wind resistance. It should also be remembered that a falling tree can be potentially dangerous.
If, on the other hand, you don’t have the courage or the time to fell your tree and there is no risk of damage, you can camouflage it under an annual climbing plant and grow it quickly like an ipomée. , Sweet peas or even a mina lobata. All you have to do is surround the trunk with chicken wire that the plant can climb freely on.
LAND ART TREND
And why not play with the brush? That’s the kind of thing that not everyone likes, likes or dislikes! When I visited the garden “Le sous-bois” in Belgium a few years ago, I was surprised to see a dead tree painted blue. With the yellow leaves of Catalpa bignonioides ‘Aurea’ on both sides, it makes you curious, doesn’t it?
RECOVERY IDEAS ‘
With Michael, the old, dead apple trees that lie with the times are wonderful huts for children … Note for amateurs!
You can also cut your tree down, digging cavities in the trunks if necessary to plant some plants. You can also use a tree trunk as a base for a decorative garden object or a flower pot. Empty sections also make pretty nesting boxes or feeding grounds. The more manual ones can indulge in wood carving.
And if all of this isn’t to your liking, the solution is still to fell the tree by the fireplace in anticipation of the cocooning evenings. The remaining stump can become an improvised table leg or house a flower pot or sculpture while it waits to decompose.