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Hedging Catalogue

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Hedging Introduction

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Alder (Alnus Cordata / Glutinosa)

Alder (Alnus Cordata / Glutinosa)

A tough and easy to grow hedge. Fantastic windbreak for any exposed garden; Alders are frequently used by orchard growers given their effectiveness at slowing the wind down. Bold green leaves and nice catkins. This is a native hedging plant and grows well in our climate. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

Key features:

- Fast growing
- Native variety of hedging
- Grows in all conditions
- Wildlife friendly
- Excellent windbreak
- Space plants 60cm apart
- Height 175cm up to your chosen height
- Trim once a year at the end of summer
- One of the most commonly used hedging plants.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

An excellent hedging plant that has a rich copper autumn colour. The leaves are tolerant to polution. Best suited to well-drained soil. This is a native hedging plant and grows well in our climate. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

Key features:

- Easy to shape
- Easy to grow
- Native variety of hedging
- Wildlife friendly
- Keeps its autumn brown leaves until deep into the winter
- Space plants 30-45 cm apart
- Height 100cm up to your chosen height
- Trim once a year at the end of summer
- One of the most commonly used hedging plants.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa)

Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa)

Dark, very spiny branches. Small white flowers in March or early April. Fruits like small damsons, blue at first and then shining black. Used for flavouring gin. Good security hedge. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Box (Buxus Sempervirens)

Box (Buxus Sempervirens)

A very versatile hedging plant. It can be kept as a low as 30 cm for use as a low hedge or edging plant. It can also be left to slowly grow to 2 metres or the height of your choice. It is easy to grow and will grow in most soils, particularly well-drained soils. The plants grow in partially shady or sunny conditions. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

Key features:

- Great low hedge
- Easy to shape
- Good for topiary
- Evergreen
- Suitable for coastal areas
- Great as an edging shrub for flower beds and paths
- Can grow in shade / sun / semi-shade
- Very dense foliage

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Cotoneaster Franchettii

Cotoneaster Franchettii

In a Country Hedge Mix, or on its own, makes a green and full informal hedge. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Cotoneaster Simonsii

Cotoneaster Simonsii

In a Country Hedge Mix, or on its own, makes an upright semi-evergreen hedge with scarlet berries. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Country Mixed Hedging

Country Mixed Hedging

This is a mixed, native hedge which is often seen in rural areas or along country lanes. A good country hedge provides a wonderfully secure barrier and is excellent at supporting wildlife. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.


Key features:

- Autumn colour
- Native hedging
- Wildlife friendly
- Serves as a secure barrier
- Space plants 30 to 45 cm apart
- Height 120 cm up to your chosen height
- Easy to grow
- Trim once a year at the end of summer

Your Country Mixed Hedging will be made up of 50% Hawthorn as this serves as the backbone of a country hedge. In addition to Hawthorn, your Country Mixed Hedging will be provided with a mixture of the following:

- Field Maple
- Hornbeam
- Dogwood
- Hazel
- Spindle
- Blackthorn

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Dogwood (Cornus Sanguinea)

Dogwood (Cornus Sanguinea)

Greenish-red flushed stems and rich purple Autumn colour. Black fruits. Country Mix hedge plant. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Elder (Sambucus Nigra)

Elder (Sambucus Nigra)

Scented flowers with a fruit for wine making. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Field Maple (Acer Campestre)

Field Maple (Acer Campestre)

A picturesque plant frequently used in rustic Country Hedges. Foliage turns clear yellow. Flushed red in the Autumn. Recommended growing distance between plants is 30cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Green Privet (Ligustrum Ovalifolium)

Green Privet (Ligustrum Ovalifolium)

Easy to grow and therefore a popular choice. Makes a good neat hedge. Evergreen except for in very severe winters. This is a native hedging plant and grows well in our climate. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

Key features:

- Good for all conditions
- Good coastal plant
- Easy to shape
- Space plants 30 to 45cm apart
- Height 120 to 400cm
- Trim once a year at the end of summer
- One of the most commonly used hedging plants.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

Guelder Rose (Viburnum Opulus)

Guelder Rose (Viburnum Opulus)

Good Country Hedge plant, with red translucent berries. Recommended growing distance between plants is 45cm. All hedging is supplied bare rooted and is available between October and March.

We specialise in the supply of hedging to the trade and to retail customers. We can provide a range of different sizes and varieties. So, whether your requirement is for five or five thousand plants, for your garden, business development, housing development or park, please contact us and we will provide a quote to meet your specific needs.

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