Hedge plants

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    HOLM OAK hedging (Quercus Ilex)

    Holm Oak hedging - Quercus Ilex .Makes a superb shelter belt tree and is very good as an hedge plant. Late spring produces male catkins, acorns are pointed and does not loose its leaves in winter. There are few very large evergreen broad leaved trees that will grow in Britain but HOLM OAK is one.…
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  • Hornbeam (CARPINUS BETULA)

    Native Hornbeam hedging and trees to buy online from Tree Shop one of the longest established tree nurseries in the UK. This is a hardy hedge which is similar in appearance to the Green Beech.  Green catkins form from late Spring to Autumn which turn to clusters of winged fruit and act as a food…
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  • Laurel Hedging (prunus laurocerasus) cherry laurel

    Laurel hedging (Prunus Laurocerasus) cherry laurel is one of the most regularly used plants for hedging as it is fast growing, dense and evergreen. Clusters of fragrant white flowers are produced in spring and contrast well with glossy dark green leaves. Red berries are occasionally produced in autumn although can be harmful if eaten. Prune
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  • Lawson Cypress Hedging and Tree (Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana)

    Lawson Cypress hedging of this species is now more common than plantations of it. Excellent wind break hedge when grown together with regular maintanence. Nevertheless it is a respectable forest tree in its native SW Oregon and NW California. Trees 50 metres tall are known, a salutary lesson for hedge planters! When it was introduced…
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  • Portuguese Laurel shrub/tree (Prunus Lusitanica Angustifolia) Conical Shape

    The evergreen Portuguese Laurel Angustifolia has luxurious dark glossy green pointed leaves on beautiful bright deep pink stems.Portuguese Laurel Angustifolia is more a Conical shape and has small fragrant white flowers in spring and small red fruits turning purplish- black in autumn.It is hardy good for wildlife and the berries are extremely popular with the birds and the…
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  • Privet Hedging Plants

    Privet Hedge Plants (ligustrum Vulgare) to buy online from Tree Shop one of the longest established tree nurseries in the UK. Privet is a fast growing semi-evergreen dense hedge.Tolerates all types of soil, hedges are dense making a good screen. Can be clipped hard at all times of the year, it is semi-evergreen, white flowers…
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  • Purple Beech Hedging

      Purple Beech hedging(fagus sylvatica purpurea) to buy online from Tree Shop one of the longest established tree nurseries in the UK. Purple beech is grown for its superb foliage and is a beautiful relatively fast growing hedge plant in formal situations. The foliage flushes out bright purple/russet red shades in spring and again after a midsummer trim.…
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  • Ramanas Rose (rosa rugosa)

    Hedges are usually planted to define property boundaries and provide privacy or to give shelter from prevailing winds. They can be formal, such as clipped Buxus (box), Taxus (yew) and Fagus (beech) or informal with colourful foliage or flowers, like Viburnum or Crataegus (hawthorn).  Conifers are also popular choices, Lawson Cypress can make…
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  • Red Robin (photinia fraseri)

    Red Robin-Photinia Frasier- a beautiful hedging species which introduces bright colours into the garden. The new spring growth of bright new red leaves, which deepen and mature to a fantastic glossy red/green .It's good evergreen hedg but not quite as dense as some other species but is easy to maintain.  Can benefit by trimming in Spring…
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  • Shrub Honeysuckle Hedging (Lonicera Nitida)

    Shrub Honeysuckle  Lonicera Nitida  this evergreen hedge plant has small leaves and make good relatively easy maintained hedges.  It is dense and can be easily clipped to any size.  A favourite with topiary uses.  It has become very popular used as a low screen and windbreak.  Yellow flowers appear in pairs in April, followed by…
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