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Amelanchier (Hedging)

Amelanchier is often grown a specimen tree with an attractive, open habit. These deciduous trees are colourful, with leaves opening bronze and changing to orange and red tones by the autumn - they are known for their amazing autumn colours, which are...

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Blackthorn (Hedging)

Prunus spinosa is better known as a Sloe or Blackthorn bush when naturalised in hedgerows. Blackthorn is named for it's small round black berries that are used to make Sloe gin and for the thorns which, along with dense foliage make the plant perfect...

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Burnet rose (Hedging)

At a height of just 1 metre the Burnet Rose will provide a boundary without blocking the view. The natural habit of Rosa pimpinellifolia is as a dense, thorny thicket with the added interest of creamy white flowers with a very pleasing sweet scent to...


 
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Cherry laurel (Hedging)

Laurel is a well known hedging plant species and the Cherry Laurel in particular demonstrates the many reasons why they are so popular. Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia' is a worthy RHS AGM winner, awarded in part for it's large glossy leaves and the...


 
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Cherry plum (Hedging)

The Cherry Plum or Myrobalancan be often seen in autumn hedgerows as the golden yellow and deep red miniature round plums catch the eye as they are highlighted against the dark green foliage. The perfect hedging for wildlife, Prunus ceraifera is clothed...


 
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Crab apple (Hedging)

A British native, Crab Apple trees are naturally small and make an ideal hedging plant. In late spring a profusion of white-pink blossoms smother the plant, which are fantastic for bees. These are followed by small yellow-green crab apples which become...

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Dog rose (Hedging)

A pretty British native shrub, the dog rose produces open white flowers blushed with pink in early summer. These are followed by glossy bright red rose hips in autumn which are beloved by birds and small mammals. A vigorous arching habit makes Rosa canina...


 
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Edible Hedging Collection

You might have seen lots of hedges that function well and look good, but now they can taste great at the same time! This Edible Hedging Collection combines five hardy shrubs, all of which will provide you with edible treats in the autumn. Whether you...


 
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Elderberry (Hedging)

A familiar sight in British hedgerows, the Elderberry is a deciduous shrub or small tree with attractive pinnate leaves. In early summer, panicles of sweetly scented dainty white flowers appear, which are highly attractive to bees and butterflies. These...


 
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English Yew (Hedging)

The English Yew has been awarded a prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit and is ideal for growing as a formal hedge - it tolerates regular clipping and is easily shaped for topiary. A good all round tough plant that is tolerant of dry soils, this Taxus...

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