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Robinia (Standard)

…specimen is ideal for borders and large patio containers, and will even survive in poor, dry soils. Particularly effective when planted as an avenue along driveways or grown as a garden screen. Height supplied: 60cm (24). Pot grown plant supplied. Useful…  More Info

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Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'

…architectural plant, with arching leaves, and bronze feathery panicles during the summer, Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' makes a light and airy screen to divide up gardens, or to soften large walls or fences. It also looks great in large  More Info

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Green Beech (Hedging)

Beech is the perfect candidate for hedging and has traditionally been used on many large estates . It can be grown to almost any height as a hedge or privacy screen and will maintain a good density and tidy shape, usually only needing to be clipped once or twice a year. Over…  More Info

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Field Maple Hedging

Field maples are ideal for natural looking hedges. With its large leaves that are instantly recogniseable, this tough plant will soon form a screen or windbreak to shelter and protect your garden. Because of the cover it provides, Field maples are also appreciated by…  More Info

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Cherry laurel (Hedging)

A popular hedging plant, Cherry Laurel has dense evergreen foliage that make it ideal for privacy, windbreaks and screening. The large glossy leaves provide a backdrop for the creamy-white flowers in spring, a pollinating insects haven, which then turn into cherry red…  More Info

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