Hedge plants

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  • Snowberry (Symphoricarpos)

    The Snowberry hedge is most commonly grown for its stunning white berries that appear in Autumn. Easy to maintain and tolerant of most soil types and weather conditions.
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  • Western Hemlock (Tsuga Heterophylla) Hedging

    Western Hemlock hedging (Tsuga Heterophylla) can be used as hedging or a specimen tree. Biggest Tsuga grows well on all soil types but not chalk. Shade tolerant and with stands heavy rainfalls. Attractive conifer with brown/purple bark, needles are green on top and white underneath. The Western Hemlock can grow at very close spacing in…
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  • Western Red Cedar Hedging and Trees Evergreen

    Western Red Cedar -trees and hedging Thuya Plicata .Western red cedar is excellent hedging for privacy and wind breaks, growing at a rate of 60cm per year approximately. An evergreen conifer with red-brown flaking bark and dark green foliage bronze tinted in winter.It is aromatic when handled, somewhat like the zest from orange peel. Slower…
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  • Wych Elm Tree (Ulmas Glabra)

    Wych Elm (Ulmas Glabra) is a hardy native Elm that can be used as a hedge plant. As a hedge can be clipped which looks great in summer with its lush, big serrated leaves, in autumn turning distinctive yellow. Wych elm (Ulmus Glabra) is a very hardy, large…
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