Korean Hornbeam Winter Tidy

I braved the garage yesterday to tidy up a few more trees for Winter. Weather has well and truly gone to pot. Last night saw our first snow here.

The Hornbeam was still holding on to a few leaves but this was soon sorted out.

After leaf removal.

Another important step was to remove the moss to stop pests hiding there. I removed it from the Hornbeam and found quite a few leather jackets lurking there. No wonder the Blackbirds where showing so much interest!

The white stuff is Mycellium which I was surprised to see so much of on a Hornbeam.

This was the tree before placement in the poly tunnel for Winter.

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