Planting an instant hedge can provide a fast and complete transformation of your outdoor space, instantly defining boundaries, creating privacy and screening your garden. For customers seeking immediate and impressive impact, mature, instant hedging units and screens, which are suitable for planting all year round, are a superb option. Expertly grown and nurtured over several years, the plants have already knitted together giving the appearance of a fully-grown mature hedge that would take up to 5 years to achieve in the garden.
Our range of instant hedging is made up of some of our most popular varieties of hedging plant. These super specimens are grown in troughs or bags that measure 1 metre in length (some varieties in 50cm lengths) and create a dramatic, instant hedge effect. Depending on the age of the plant, they are carefully clipped up to 10 times to produce our range of instant hedging.
Benefits of planting instant hedging troughs:
- Immediate, impressive impact
- Mature plants that have already knitted together
- Suitable for planting all year round
- Creates show garden quality and effect
The cost of this growing method is higher than more conventional methods, so if your budget does not permit instant, trough grown, pre-trimmed hedging, then have a look at our root ball page (root balls are mature, heavy plants but untrimmed), available from October to May. For instant hedging solutions in summer, take a look at our tall pot grown plants. You may also be interested in our Instant Hedging Screens Range,
which have a similar, instant effect but offer a space-saving option with both rpivacy and security. Our sales team our available to provide advice on how best to achieve the effect you are seeking within your budget - please call us on 01257 263 873
Browse our hedging species below which feature instant hedging products or to see all of our instant hedging troughs at a glance go to our Instant Trough Grown Hedging
Page under our Instant Impact category.
For more information on Instant Hedging and all other root types, see our full Root Types Explained Guide