Hedging & Transplants (Bareroot)
Hedging is an attactive way to add borders and boundaries to your garden giving shelter from the wind, privacy, and a structured framework to build your garden within.
Hedge laying is inexpensive and easy to do, the bonus of hedge building is it provides a habitat for wildlife: nesting birds will flourish, hedgehogs will find a home and many other creatures will be attracted to your garden...read more.
There are many benefits to using evergreen hedging in your garden for borders and boundaries the most obvious being you have all year round cover.
Rate of growth can be rapid in varieties such as privet (ligustrum ovalifolium) and Leylandii providing an instant hedge, fast effective wind break or screen at a very reasonable price. Leylandii can grow in the region of £3 feet per year but can be easily managed with an annual trim to maintain the height and depth hedge you require...read more.
Native Hedging Mixes
Mixed hedges are an ideal way to emulate the hedgerows of our beautiful countryside. Building a mixed hedge will not only give your garden or property a beautiful boundary or border for protection and privacy, it will go some way to providing native wildlife with a source of food, shelter and cover. They can support up to 80% of our native woodland bird population, 50% of our mammals, 30% of our butterflies, and many, many species of insect – the grassy verge at the base of the hedge can also be home to reptiles and ground nesting birds....read more
The planting season starts at the end of October and runs through until late March/early April. Any orderes placed out of these times will be dispatched the following October.