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Blackthorn Hedging

Blackthorn hedges make one of the best security hedges and yet is incredibly attractive too. In May the entire hedge will be covered in clouds of white blooms white give way to dense foliage over the thorny stems and by autumn the well know sloes have formed and will…  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…  More Info

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Berberis thunbergii f. atropurpurea 'Dart's Red Lady'

Planted in a line, Berberis thunbergii f. atropurpurea 'Dart's Red Lady' , makes an attractive and very manageable low hedge, that is ideal for front gardens. It can also be planted as a lone specimen shrub, within a garden border. This Japanese Barberry cultivar was awarded…  More Info

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Escallonia 'Iveyi'

…until early autumn. It can be planted alone as a specimen plant, or in a line, as an informal hedge. It is well suited to most types of garden styles, including cottage and modern. It is a perfect choice for a white garden, where all the plants have white flowers.…  More Info

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Laurus nobilis

Laurus nobilis is well known for its bay leaves which are commonly used to flavour curries, soups and stews. The glossy, leathery leaves remain aromatic all year round when growing on the handsome Bay Laurel tree and they can also be dried for easy storage in the…  More Info

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Hornbeam (Hedging)

Often seen as a large specimen tree, hornbeam can also be easily grown into a stunning hedge. once established it will soon form an integral part of any native hedging scheme. A blaze of autumn colour will extend the season of interest and then, as the leaves fall, the…  More Info

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Tree Lily® 'Anastasia'

…in as little as two years, plants will gradually multiply, taking on a shrub-like appearance. Plant tree lilies in large containers or the back of borders - they even make a colourful summer hedge! Lily flowers are also superb for cutting for a vase…  More Info

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Towering Tree Lily® Collection

…addition to the back of borders, Tree Lilies work well in large containers and can even be used to create a fragrant summer hedge! Lily flowers are also superb for cutting for a vase indoors. Height: 2m (6?, 6). Spread: 60cm (24). * Collection comprises:…  More Info

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Hawthorn Hedging

Hawthorn hedging is perfect for security hedging, the dense growth and thorny stems will deter most intruders, including unwanted larger animals and once established it will create a virtually inpenetrable barrier. Not only is Hawthorn an impressive boundary hedging…  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 nesting…  More Info

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Holly (Hedging)

…look. Supplied as 30 - 45 cm potted plants (12 - 18) Height: 12m (39'). Spread: 8m (26'). Planting distance: 45cm (18). (3 plants per metre for a single line hedge). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size rather than a defined plant size.…  More Info

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English Yew (Hedging)

Ideal for growing as a formal hedge, English Yew will form a very dense, evergreen hedge that can very easily be shaped with regular clipping. It is tolerant of most soil conditions and is overall a very tough plant. Unsurprisingly, English Yew has been awarded a…  More Info

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Copper Beech (Hedging)

For an unusually coloured hedgerow, Copper beech is the perfect candidate. 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 winter, Copper Beech…  More Info

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Wild Cherry (Hedging)

…Cherry is a great option for creating a hedge that offers seasonal interest. In spring the hedge becomes full of white blossom, followed by lush green foliage and red cherries in summer. In autumn the leaves change to shades of red and yellow. The hedging  More Info

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Copper Beech (Hedging)

For an unusually coloured hedgerow, Copper beech is the perfect candidate. 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 winter, Copper Beech…  More Info

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Quercus ilex

…easy to grow evergreen, which can either be grown as a full-sized tree, or clipped into a hedge. The glossy, tough foliage has a contrasting white underside, and is later accompanied by shiny acorns. The Holm Oak is ideal for hedging in exposed and…  More Info

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Choisya ternata 'Sundance' (Large Plant)

…addition to borders, where the yellow foliage contrasts well with darker foliage. This RHS AGM variety can also be clipped into a low hedge or grown in a large patio container as a specimen shrub. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). Supplied in 2 litre pots. Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis

…it will grow in almost any soil or situation - even those impossible dry shaded spots! A wonderful compact plant for woodland ground cover, or low informal hedges. You can even cut a few stems for a vase indoors! Grows to 60cm (24). Supplied in 9cm pot. Useful…  More Info

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Forsythia x intermedia 'Goldrausch' (Large Plant)

…and hardy, it's equally good as an informal hedge or wall shrub. Height 2.5m (8'). Spread 2.5m (8'). Culinary information: The blossoms are edible raw, though they can be slightly bitter. The will add colour to salads and are a cheery garnish. For more details about…  More Info

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Weigela rosea

…shrub makes a lovely addition to borders and woodland gardens, where the late spring flowers attract bees. Versatile and easy to grow, Weigela florida also makes a colourful low maintenance hedge. Height and spread: 2.5m (8'). Supplied as a bare root plant Useful links: How…  More Info

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Spiraea 'Arguta' (Large Plant)

…May. It is very easy to maintain, and makes a great informal hedge, or as a specimen in a large border, alongside other flowering shrubs, such as Rhododendron. It is well suited to both cottage and modern style gardens, and is perfect for 'white gardens' where only…  More Info

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Thuja plicata 'Can Can'

…virtually stops growing once it reaches 2.5m ? the ideal height for a boundary hedge! Thuja plicata 'Can-can' provides dense, green foliage that forms an attractive cone-shaped tree. This attractive conifer makes a superb hedging plant or can be grown as…  More Info

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