| Hedge & Hedging Plants from Hedges Direct|
| || Hedges Direct are a specialist grower of a huge range of hedging plants, in all sizes from 30cm to 3m. We stock bare roots, cell grown plants, pot grown shrubs and root ball hedge plants so whether you want deciduous or evergreen hedging, cheap garden hedging or top of the range instant hedging, fine topiary, trees or lawn turf you’ve found the right company and we are available if you need advice by phone 7 days a week. |
|Our home page shows our most popular hedging species such as English Yew, Box, Hawthorn, Privet and Leylandii Hedges, and the listing on the left of this page shows a wider range of the more popular hedging plant species. If you're looking for something more specialised, please email us for a quote. You can order our hedges online or by telephone, we discount automatically on orders over £150 (inc vat), and don't forget that our prices include delivery to mainland UK. |
| Our Most Popular species are below, or see the full alphabetical list on the left; |
Mixed Native Packs
Mixed hedging packs made up of a range of native hedging plants to create a wildlife friendly hedge.
Cherry Laurel Hedging Plant A vigorous, dense evergreen shrub with large, glossy, bright green leaves, which makes an ideal hedge. Cherry or Common Laurel produces modest white flowers in spring. Also consider Laurel Caucasica. Yew Hedging
The King of Hedges, English Yew is a popular evergreen hedging plant with small, dark green foliage that is punctuated by red fruits in the autumn.
Beech Hedge (Fagus sylvatica)Strictly speaking, Beech is deciduous, but its crisp copper leaves, which stay on the plant until pushed off by the new bright green growth in spring, make it a great alternative to an evergreen hedge. See also Copper or Purple Beech
Hawthorn HedgeA popular deciduous hedging plant. Its thorns make it an ideal intruder deterrent. It heralds the arrival of spring, by bursting into leaf within a few days of the initial buds appearing... Photinia Red Robin Hedge (photinia x fraseri)
This is a marvellous alternative choice for an evergreen hedge because of its brilliant red glossy young leaves, which give a spectacular display in spring and summer, before maturing to dark green...
Western Red Cedar
A popular evergreen hedging plant whichmakes a good alternative to Leylandii.
Hornbeam HedgeA hardy, native hedging plant, with dark green semi-evergreen foliage, similar to Beech but better suited to poor soils.
Hazel HedgingA native deciduous hedging plant, suitable both as a component in a mixed hedge or as a single species hedge.