Bare Root HedgingView our brilliant range of bare root hedging. The cheapest way to plant a hedge and available to a huge variety of species, bare roots are available when they are dormant, from November until mid/late May, depending on weather conditions and whether the plant has been cold stored. Mixed Native Hedging
The hedging species that make up these mixed native hedging packs are ideal for paddocks, fields and gardens, with no plants that are poisonous to livestock and a range of species that provide year round interest and a diverse habitat for wildlife.
Instant HedgingView our wide range of instant, pre-clipped hedging plants for immediate height and impact. These super specimens are grown in troughs or bags that measure 1 metre in length and create an instant hedge effect.
National Trust Native Hedge Packs Working together, we have produced four ranges consisting of strictly UK-native hedging to complement and preserve the nation's natural 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
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.
Holly Hedging Hugely popular for their traditional style and ornamental value, Holly or Ilex is a brilliant genus featuring some of the most iconic species from British countrysides. Available in English, Silver and Large Leafed.
Hawthorn Hedge (Crataegus monogyna)Hawthorn is an incredibly popular hedge as it has a plentiful and spectacular display of white scented blossom, and it develops glossy red haws in autumn, which sustain our native birds. Hornbeam HedgeA hardy, native hedging plant, with dark green semi-evergreen foliage, similar to Beech but better suited to poor soils.