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Fascines

Fascines

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  •  Silky Willow Fascines  Silky Willow Fascines
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    Silky Willow Fascines

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    Silky Willow Fascines, Salix Sericea is Hardy in Planting Zones 4-8 Silky Willow Live Stakes is also known as Salix Sericea. Hardy in planting zones 4-8. The growth rate at maturity can reach 6-15 feet tall and 4-12 feet wide. Silky Willow will...
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  • Black Willow Fascines Black Willow Fascines
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    Black Willow Fascines

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    Black Willow, Salix Nigra is one of the Larger of the Willow Trees   The brown-flowered black willow live stakes are usually smallish but can get over 100 feet tall. These trees prefer river and swampy areas and require full access to...
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  • Blackhaw Viburnum Fascines Blackhaw Viburnum Fascines
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    Blackhaw Viburnum Fascines

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    Blackhaw Viburnum Fascines, Viburnum Prunifolium is a Blooming, Fruit Producing Plant Blackhaw Viburnum Stakes has hardy planting zones 3-9 and grows to 12-15 feet tall and 6-12 feet wide. It is a very tolerant plant that endures well any level of...
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  • Box Elder Brush layers Box Elder Brush layers
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    Box Elder Brush Layers

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    Box Elder Brush Layers, Acer Negundo is a Shallow Root, Drought Tolerant Tree This tree is also called ash-leaf maple, is hardy in zones 2 through 9, prefers well-drained, moist soil, and grows between 30 and 60 feet tall with a 20 to 40-foot...
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  • Box Elder Fascines Box Elder Fascines
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    Box Elder Fascines

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    Box Elder Fascines, Acer Negundo is a Hardy Grower in Zones 2-9 This tree is also called ash-leaf maple, is hardy in zones 2 through 9, prefers well-drained, moist soil, and grows between 30 and 60 feet tall with a 20 to 40-foot spread, with a fast...
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  • Button Bush Live Stakes Button Bush Live Stakes
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    Button Bush Fascines

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    Button Bush Fascines, Cephalanthus Occidentalis is a White, Showy, Fragrant Bloomer Button Bush Fascine grows about ten feet tall. In some particular conditions, it can reach heights of fifteen feet. The Buttonbush is quite hardy and grows well in...
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  • Elderberry Fascines Elderberry Fascines
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    Elderberry Fascines

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    Elderberry Fascines, Sambucus is One of the Most Versatile and Comfortable Plants for your Garden If you are looking for one of the most versatile and most comfortable plants to grow in your garden, you might want to consider growing Elderberry...
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  • Nanny Berry Fascines Nanny Berry Fascines
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    Nanny Berry Fascines

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    Nanny Berry Fascines, Viburnum Lentago is a Flowering Shrub  The Nanny Berry Fascines are botanically known as Viburnum lentago and is a member of the Adoxaceae family. This shrub may be called Nanny Berry Fascines viburnum, Sheep berry, and...
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  • Nine Bark Fascines Nine Bark Fascines
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    Nine Bark Fascines

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    Nine Bark Fascines, Physocarpus are Hardy in Planting Zones 2-8 Nine Bark Live Stakes is also known as Physocarpus opulifolius. Hardy in planting zones 2-8. The growth rate at maturity can reach 5-8 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide. Nine Bark will have a...
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  • Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers
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    Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers

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    Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers, Cornus Alternifolia is Hardy in Planting Zones 3-7 When planting live stakes, it is best to plant them during the regular dormant period for the Dogwood. They thrive best in hardiness zones 3 through 7. Live stakes are...
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  • Red Osier Dogwood Fascines Red Osier Dogwood Fascines
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    Red Osier Dogwood Fascines

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    Red Osier Dogwood Fascines, Cornus Sericea is a Medium to Large Growing Flowering Deciduous Shrub   This scrub grows medium to large and is best grown in damp soil. It is a fast-growing upright shrub that can grow anywhere from 7 to 10...
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  • Red Osier Dogwood Shrubs Red Osier Dogwood Shrubs
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    Red Osier Dogwood Shrubs

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    Red Osier Dogwood, Cornus Sericea is a Medium to Large Growing Flowering Deciduous Shrub   This scrub grows medium to large and is best grown in damp soil. It is a fast-growing upright shrub that can grow anywhere from 7 to 10...
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  • Roughleaf Dogwood Live Stakes Roughleaf Dogwood Live Stakes
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    Roughleaf Dogwood Live Stakes

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    Roughleaf Dogwood, Cornus Drummondii Is Famous As A Shrub, And It Produced Little White Flowers That Fruit In August To October The rough leaf dogwood, formally known as Cornus drummondii, is a small, spreading, deciduous tree noted for its olive...
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  • Sandbar Willow Fascines Sandbar Willow Fascines
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    Sandbar Willow Fascines

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    Sandbar Willow Fascines, Salix Exigua are an Easy Growing Shrub    Sandbar Willow Fascines, also known as Salix interior, belong to the willow or Salicaceae family. The shrub grows well in Zones 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. This shrub can grow in...
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  • Silky Dogwood Fascines Silky Dogwood Fascines
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    Silky Dogwood Fascines

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    Silky Dogwood Fascines, Cornus Amomum is a Blooming Deciduous Shrub The Silky Dogwood Fascines is a shrub found throughout North America, particularly in its northeastern region. The plant grows best in boggy and wet woodland areas. It is a...
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  • Silky Willow Brush Layers Silky Willow Brush Layers
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    Silky Willow Brush Layers, Salix Sericea grow Hardy in Planting Zones 4-8 Silky Willow Live Stakes is also known as Salix Sericea. Hardy in planting zones 4-8. The growth rate at maturity can reach 6-15 feet tall and 4-12 feet wide. Silky Willow...
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  • Silky Willow Fascines Silky Willow Fascines
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    Silky Willow Fascines, Salix Sericea are Hardy in Planting Zones 4-8 Silky Willow Fascines are also known as Salix Sericea. Hardy in planting zones 4-8. The growth rate at maturity can reach 6-15 feet tall and 4-12 feet wide. Silky Willow will have...
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  • Swamp Willow Fascines Swamp Willow Fascines
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    Swamp Willow Fascines

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    Swamp Willow Fascines, Callistachys Lanceolata is an Excellent Choice for Stabilizing Erosion    The Swamp Willow Fascines tree is a medium-sized tree that grows in North America. Swamp Willow Fascinces is the largest of its kind. It...
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  • Sycamore Fascines Sycamore Fascines
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    Sycamore Fascines

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    Sycamore Fascines, Platanus Occidentalis are Hardy in Planting Zones 4-9 and are a Great Shade Producer  Sycamore Fascines are also known as Platanus Occidentalis. Hardy in planting zones 4-9. The growth rate at maturity can reach 75-100 feet...
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  • Witherod Viburnum Fascines Witherod Viburnum Fascines
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    Witherod Viburnum Fascines

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    Witherod Viburnum Fascines, Viburnum Nudum is a Marvelously Gorgeous Berry Producing Shrub The Witherod Viburnum plant is a deciduous suckering shrub that grows typically half a dozen to over a dozen feet wide and tall, making it ideal for hedges,...
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Live Stakes and Fascines Are An Environmentally Friendly Way To Stop Erosion 

What Are Live Stakes?

 

 Live Stakes are plants, such as Willow, Buttonbush, Ninebark, Elderberry, Viburnum, and Red Osier Dogwood, that grow quickly to establish a ground-holding root system. The best length for lives stakes is 18-24" with a 3/8" diameter. One end of the stake will be narrow with a straight cut. The other end will be larger with a sharp angle point. The larger end was cut closest to the trunk of the host plant. That is the end that will be planted in the ground. The stake will be stripped of any leaves or branches to prevent the stake from losing moisture.

 

Planting The Stakes & Fascines

 

 The dormant winter season or early spring is the best time to plant. Pick a warm day when the soil is not hard or frozen. Keep the pointed end of the stake moist until ready to put into the ground. It is best for the plant to be in the ground within 24 hours. 

 

 A tool that will be most helpful is a length of rebar or something similar to make starter holes for the stake. You will want to insert the stake at least 12" with about 6" showing above ground—the deeper, the better, allowing for the exposed end room for leaf growth. The stakes should be planted about 2 to 3 feet apart.

 

Pond And Stream Banks - Fascines

 

 Planting live stakes is smart as well as an eco-friendly way to stop erosion along the water banks. Construction and flooding may leave the banks of a stream or pond without erosion protection. Live stakes may be the best environmental solution to protecting the soil. 

 

 When planting on a pond or stream bank that is at a steep angle, you may need galoshes as you will be working standing in the water. The hole should be created at a 90-degree angle to the ground. The inserted stake will be at that angle. 

 

What's Next?

 

 In the first year, some leaves may happen, but it is the root growth that will happen first. If you want to check their progress, give the stake a slight tug to feel if there is any resistance. The resistance indicates root growth has occurred, and your erosion issue is well on its way to being resolved naturally. 

 

FYI

 

 If you are concerned with which type of live stake would work best for your situation, contact your local garden center or agricultural agency for guidance.