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We can order in most varieties of hedging and topiary in various sizes for orders over £1500.00. Please contact us for a quotation.

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Laurel Hedging

Available 2ft-7ft plus in bareroot (Oct-Mar), Rootball (Oct-Mar) and Potted (All Year Round).  A robust evergreen hedge which grows well in shade or sun.  Grows fairly quickly and creates a good screening hedge.

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Portuguese Laurel

Portuguese Laurel (Prunus lusitanica) is slower growing than regular laurel and not quite as dense.  It has smaller, darker foliage and maroon stems and if left unclipped has small fragrant white flowers in the summer.  Grows in all soils but particularly chalky soils.  Easy to grow but must be kept moist and fed until established.

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Box Hedging

Box (Buxus sempervirens) is commonly planted as a clipped formal hedge.  Alternative cultivars also available such as the more compact varieties, Suffruticosa and Buxus microphylla.  This is available potted all year round.  Rootball and bare root plants are available from the end of October to March.  Planted approximately 30-40cm apart or closer for a more instant hedge.  Formal hedges should ideally be trimmed twice a year in late May and then again in late August.

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Yew Hedging

Yew (Taxus baccata) is a dense, dark, evergreen with bright green spring growth and Autumnal red fruits.  It is relatively slow growing and easy to maintain..  Yew requires plenty of water whilst it establishes but doesn’t do well in waterlogged soil.  Drainage can be improved when planting to avoid this.  It is generally easy to grow in all soil types, especially alkaline.  It is also tolerant of shade.  Trim once per year in Summer or early Autumn.

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Photinia ‘Red Robin’

Photinia Red Robin (Photinia x fraseri) makes a striking alternative to an evergreen hedge due to its bright red glossy leaves and clusters of small white flowers in springtime.  It doesn’t make a very dense hedge so may not be suitable for perimeter hedging for security purposes.  It should be trimmed in spring and summer for a formal hedge or as required for a less formal appearance.  Prefers a sunny site but will tolerate some shade.  Soils should be well drained.

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Green Beech Hedging

Green Beech (Fagus sylvatica) is a native plant which creates a great garden hedge varying in appearance throughout the seasons.  Soft green leaves emerge in springtime which fill out into the summertime, turning yellow to orange in Autumn.  It then retains its copper brown leaves for most of the winter.  It is slow growing and particularly likes sandy and dry soils and won’t tolerate heavy or wet soil.  It is hardy and likes both sun and shade.

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Purple Beech Hedging

Purple Beech (Fagus sylvatica Purpurea) is a native plant with lovely foliage of purple leaves which turn to a rich copper in Autumn.  Purple Beech, like Green Beech, holds its leaves throughout most of the winter.  It is not suitable for heavy or wet soil.  If Beech is trimmed in late summer, the leaves remain on better in winter.  Suitable for normal or chalky soil.  Can be mixed in with green beech to add colour and interest.

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Hornbeam Hedging

Hornbeam (Carpinus Betulus) is similar in appearance to Beech.  It is a very hardy native plant which is more tolerant of wet and heavy soils than Beech. It retains its brown foliage for much of the winter but perhaps not as long as Beech.  It makes a good screening hedge and tolerates both full sun or partial shade, acidic or chalky soils.

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We can order in most varieties of hedging and topiary in various sizes for orders over £1500.00. Please contact us for a quotation.

Tel: 01730 894467