Hedging

Please select from Hedging listed below (all prices quoted are exclusive of VAT):

Carpinus Betulus – Common Hornbeam

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Grown naturally, Hornbeam is a medium sized native tree that makes a beautiful parkland specimen, but it is most widely used for hedges.... Further Details For This Tree »

Cornus Sanguinea – Yellow Dogwood

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It is commonly used as a screen but can also be used as a specimen shrub. The Yellow Twig Dogwood tolerates wet soils and can be grown in... Further Details For This Tree »

Crataegus Monogyna – Whitethorn

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Whitethorn is our most common hedgerow plant. It puts on a stunning display of white flowers in spring and red berries in Autumn. Is also... Further Details For This Tree »

Fagus Sylvatica – Beech

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Beech is a large tree that can grow to 40m in height. Oval leaf with wavy edge. Very well suited to forming a hedge and although deciduous... Further Details For This Tree »

Fagus Sylvatica “Purpurea” – Copper Beech

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Copper Beech is a variety of European beech with shining purple or copper-colour leaves. Again suited to forming a hedge and not suited to... Further Details For This Tree »

Ilex Aquifolium – Holly

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It is one of the few native broadleaf evergreen trees. Holly is very suitable for gardens as a specimen tree or hedge. Holly trees are... Further Details For This Tree »

Prunus Laurocerasus – Laurel

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Laurel is a very dense, fast growing, evergreen hedge with large, leathery, glossy green leaves. In spring, upright spikes of white flowers... Further Details For This Tree »

Prunus Spinosa – Blackthorn

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Blackthorn is a shrub with long sharp thorns often found in hedgerows. It stands out in early spring with masses of white flowers which... Further Details For This Tree »