Hedge plants

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  • berberis hedging

    Berberis hedging (Thunbergii Atropurpurea)

    Berberis hedging (Thunbergii Atropurpurea) are compact and slow growing, so ideal for low but superb prickly/security hedges. Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea produce clusters of very small red oval shaped leaves with pale yellow flowers. They are deciduous and the fruits are glossy red, jewel like fruits which drip from their branches in late autumn. They mature…
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  • blackthorn hedging

    Blackthorn Hedging

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Blackthorn hedging (Prunus Spinosa). Blackthorn also known as sloe hedge has dark strong thorns making it a perfect barrier against unwanted pets and visitors. Beautiful white flowers are produced in early spring, followed by Sloe berries that ripen to a deep purple…
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  • Box hedging

    Box Hedging For Sale (Buxus Sempervirens)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Box Hedge- Buxus Sempervirens evergreen hedging plants has quite a slow growth rate. Small, glossy leaves of the boxwood make it ideal for low hedges. Hardy native evergreen hedge with fragrant yellow flowers appearing in late spring. Evergreen box is potentially one of the most valuable…
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  • Choisya ternata (Mexican Orange Blossom)

    Choisya ternata Mexican Orange Blossom

    CHOISYA TERNATA-This aromatic evergreen shrub also known as (MEXICAN ORANGE BLOSSOM) has green glossy leaves with very fragrant pure white star shaped flowers that appear late April/ May. If the flowering stems are cut back about 20/30cm after flowering then there is a good chance that there could be a second flush in late Summer/Autumn…
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  • common yew hedge

    Common Yew (Taxus Baccata)

    Common Yew (Taxus Baccata) hedge makes a dense, dark green hedge with bright fruits making it attractive to the birds. Easy maintained as an attractive evergreen boundary hedge. Harmful to humans, pets and live stock. The yew is native to Europe (including Britain), North Africa and West Asia. It makes a rounded medium sized tree…
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  • Field Maple (Acer Campestre)

    Field Maple (Acer Campestre) hedging plants are the only UK native maple.  Excellent as hedging or as a garden tree.  It has bright green leaves with red tinges in summer and fantastic stunning yellow colours in autumn. Very good for area of the garden that need some autumn colours. Field Maple (Acer Campestre) are widely planted…
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  • green beech


    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Green Beech (Fagus Sylvatica) bare root hedging has fantastic foliage in the autumn months. Beech can form dense hedges that are fast growing (will grow at rate of approx 1ft-1.5ft/  20-40 cm per year). A beech hedge can be grown up to…
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  • hawthorn

    Hawthorn, Quickthorn Hedging

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Hawthorn hedge (Crataegus Monogyna) also known as Quickthorn or even Whitethorn has been the universal rural hedging plant since the time of the Enclosure Acts in Britain. Fast growing with dark glossy green leaves. In spring, clusters of scented white flowers…
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  • coryius aveilana

    Hazel Hedging (Corylus Avellana)

    Hazel Hedging (Corylus Avellana) exceptionally valuable for wildlife and habitat conservation. Hazel is also very much sought after when it comes to hedging as it is compact neat and easy to maintain and again wildlife friendly. The flowers are produced very early in spring before the leaves. The male catkins are pale yellow and long,…
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  • Holly Hedging Plants- Evergreen

    Holly Hedging Plants- Evergreen

    Holly Hedging Plants- Evergreen (Ilex Aquifolium) is a valuable species on woodland edges and in hedgerows. It's clusters of glorious red berries and glossy evergreen foliage is a source of shelter for birds, animals and insects. Holly plants are slow-growing - around 10-15cm per annum - and should be trimmed during the late winter or early spring…
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