Hedging Plants

Hedging plants can be used not just to divide up space or line boundaries of gardens, but also as decorative pieces that can create fabulous focal points. Browse our range that has been specially selected to bring you a variety of colour, form and and function.
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Box hedging plant - Buxus sempervirens
Box hedging plant - Buxus sempervirens
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Laurel Hedging - Prunus laurocerasus
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Hornbeam Carpinus betulus Hedging
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Pair of Buxus Box Balls
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Photinia 'Red Robin'
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Lavender Hidcote x 10 Hedging Plants
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Photinia fraseri 'Carre Rouge'
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Lavender Lavandula intermedia 'Phenomenal'
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Lonicera nitida 'Tidy Tips' 2L
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Fragrant Lavender Collection
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Hawthorn Crataegus monogyna Hedging
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Hedging plants can be used not just to divide up space or line boundaries of gardens, but also as decorative pieces that can create fabulous focal points and produce a real showroom of a garden.

"Buxus" is becoming evermore popular pruned into spheres or triangles, standing either side of doorways and pathways creating a welcoming yet formal look, whilst other varieties such as "Lavender" and "Blackthorn" produce beautiful flowers which add colour and sparkle to your hedging. Hedges have long been thought of as purely practical, but they need not be any more with our fantastic range!

They are also much easier than you think to maintain. Simply trim once or twice a year depending on growth and the look you want to achieve, and ensure they don't dry out during hot, sunny temperatures.

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