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Green Garden Screening

Green Garden Screening

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Green screens for the garden offer an attractive alternative to regular fencing. Sometimes referred to as living walls and fences, garden screening is the perfect solution for spaces requiring an aesthetically pleasing perimeter or partition providing privacy and security.

These alternative green, living screens are as simple to install and maintain as the ivy screens, due to being grown in the same way. As a sustainable living fence or wall, they’re ideal for covering unattractive areas, or for use in narrow spaces, as well as being secure and environmentally friendly, absorbing pollution and carbon dioxide from the air around your home.
One of the most significant advantages to garden green screening is that they’re an instant, cost-effective solution to common problems with long-term use and attractive appearance.
They can be used to great effect in both residential and commercial environments.

Hedges Direct has a range of green fence screens available in a variety of species. They’re grown on galvanised steel frames and offers full coverage, all with different characteristics and aesthetics. Our range includes Hornbeam, Beech, Euonymus and Pyracantha green screens.

For more information on green screens for your garden or outdoor space, contact our team of experts at Hedges Direct who will be able to provide you with more details and will help you choose the right products for your garden. You can call us on 01257 263 873 or email us at [email protected]

Hornbeam Green Screen (Carpinus betulus) 100cm high 120cm wide

Hornbeam Green Screen (Carpinus betulus) 100cm high 120cm wide

Carpinus betulus

From: 179.99Hornbeam is very similar to Beech in appearance but its leaves have deeper veins and edges with a more serrated appearance. Hornbeam leaves turn a beautiful russet colour in autumn and some coverage is still retained through the winter until new leaves push through in the spring. Hornbeam will tolerate most light conditions and is more suitable for wetter soil conditions than Beech. View Full Description
 
Hornbeam Green Screen (Carpinus betulus) 155cm high 120cm wide

Hornbeam Green Screen (Carpinus betulus) 155cm high 120cm wide

Carpinus betulus

From: 229.99Hornbeam is very similar to Beech in appearance but its leaves have deeper veins and edges with a more serrated appearance. Hornbeam leaves turn a beautiful russet colour in autumn and some coverage is still retained through the winter until new leaves push through in the spring. Hornbeam will tolerate most light conditions and is more suitable for wetter soil conditions than Beech. View Full Description
 
Euonymus Green Screen (Euonymus fortunei 'Dart's Blanket') 180cm high 120cm wide

Euonymus Green Screen (Euonymus fortunei 'Dart's Blanket') 180cm high 120cm wide

Euonymus fortunei 'Dart's Blanket'

Price: 219.99Euonymus 'Dart's Blanket' sometimes known as 'Wntercreeper Dart's Blanket' is an evergreen, shrubby plant with slim stems and small, oval shaped deep green leaves. It is noted for its dense coverage and lovely, bronzed leaves that develop through the autumn and winter months. This species will tolerate most soil types if well drained and enjoys full sun to partial shade. View Full Description
 
Beech Green Screen (Fagus sylvatica) 155cm high 120cm wide

Beech Green Screen (Fagus sylvatica) 155cm high 120cm wide

Fagus sylvatica

Price: 229.99Beech is one of our most popular native species and has wavy edged, lightly veined, soft green fluttery leaves which turn to a stunning russet colour in autumn, however despite being deciduous, some coverage is retained through the winter until new growth pushes through in spring. Beech is suitable for all light situations except full shade and most soils except for very wet soil. View Full Description
 
Pyracantha Green Screen (Firethorn 'Dart's Red') 155cm high 120cm wide

Pyracantha Green Screen (Firethorn 'Dart's Red') 155cm high 120cm wide

Pyracantha 'Dart's Red'

From: 219.99Pyracantha, commonly known as Firethorn 'Dart's Red' has light green, long oval shaped leaves with a dense, spiny habit making it the perfect screen to use as a security fence to deter intruders. This characterful evergreen boasts scented, creamy white flowers in late spring, developing a profusion of berries which turn a rich, red hue in autumn and provide an abundance of food for birds. It will grow in most soils, sun or partial shade View Full Description
 
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