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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 youve found the right company.

Ivy Screens

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Ivy Screens
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About Ivy Screens (Hedera helix)

(a non-invasive variety) Ivy screens are an innovative screening solution that mean you can enjoy the security of a long lasting fence with the aesthetic and environmental benefits of a hedge. Our range of Hedera helix screens are grown on galvanised steel frames using 13 plants, each with five shoots, creating full coverage. Ivy Screens are easy to install and make a low maintenance, sustainable living fence.

An overview of the benefits of Ivy Screens


- Non-invasive variety of Ivy used
- Easy to install, lightweight frames
- Instant effect
- Evergreen for year round cover
- Narrow screens, ideal for small spaces
- Environmentally friendly
- Great wall cover
- Fantastic security due to galvanised metal frame

Read more about our range of living screens below.

 
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Different uses for Ivy Screens

Ivy screens are a great alternative to fences and bushy hedges. They are an immediate, cost effective perimeter solution.

Family Gardens
Instant security - wall screens keep children and pets in and intruders out
Instant privacy - create a secluded area within your garden by planting Hedera screens around your seating area
Space saving - small gardens neednt be overlooked by neighbours, our Ivy fence panels only reach 20cm in depth so can be planted in even the smallest of gardens and still wont limit your outdoor space

Businesses and Public areas
Instant security - with a ten year guarantee on the steel frame, you can secure your perimeter and maintain peace of mind whilst helping to reduce pollution
Prevent anti-social behaviour - you no longer need to erect an ugly security fence to keep your business protected. Ivy screens can be planted instead of fencing or against walls to prevent graffiti
Urban gardens - Hedera screens are popularly used in cities to create roof gardens and green areas
Less hassle - save on the paperwork! Unlike walls, you do not need planning permission to erect Ivy fence panels of up to 2.2m high.

Ivy screens can be used for a multitude of purposes, all of which help to reduce pollution and increase wildlife habitats. Hedera screens acts as a wind break, privacy screen and security perimeter but take up less space than a thick hedge.

Customers looking at Ivy screens may also be interested in our range of instant hedging.

Maintenance of Ivy Screens

The variety of Ivy that we use is far less aggressive than the one most people are used to seeing climbing up houses. Hedera helix Woerner is not a self-attaching Ivy and only needs pruning once a year to keep it looking neat and tidy. Our green screens have been trained up their galvanised frames and within 12-18 months will completely cover the steel underneath.

Installing Hedera screens

Each Ivy fence panel is easy to handle and weighs 35kg. Our range of Ivy screens are 1.8m tall but they can be extended if you require a taller fence. Installing a row of Ivy green screens is an easy DIY job, however if you wish you can ask a local landscaper to do this for you. You can buy suitable brackets as well as posts, metal or wood, from your local DIY store or builders merchant.
  • Begin by digging a trench, 30cm wide and 40cm deep.
  • Position the posts at 1.3m intervals (centre-centre), we recommend using concrete for increased stability however this is not essential
  • Loosen the soil at the bottom of the trench and add water if it is dry (its better to do this now than after the screens are planted).
  • Mix in some general-purpose compost to the bottom of the trench (10 litres per metre of trench). We also recommend planting with Rootgrow, you can sprinkle this into the trench now.
  • Plant the screens in the trenches, making sure the top of the biodegradable pot sits just below the surface level of the soil.
  • Tighten all brackets (make sure none of the plants are squeezed by the brackets)
  • Backfill and firm the soil gently.
  • Water thoroughly directly to the base after planting.

  • Often referred to as a fedge, ivy green screens provide you with the security of a steel fence and the biodiversity of a wildlife friendly hedge. Our range of wall screens are not limited to Ivy, and also includes Pyracantha, Hornbeam and Beech. Call us on 01257 263873 for more information on sizes and prices.


    Our Sales team are highly experienced in quoting for Ivy screens - just ask to speak to Jamie Shipley or Katy Hill for expert advice on 01257 263873 or request a call back using this email address requestacallback@hedgesdirect.co.uk - just pop your phone number into the subject line and say 'Ivy screens enquiry' and well call you back within 15 minutes.

    Browse our choice of pot grown Ivy plants here.



Ivy (Hedera) HEDGING SCREEN - 1.8m high, 1.2m wide Ivy (Hedera) HEDGING SCREEN - 1.8m high, 1.2m wide

Price is per screen, min of 3 screens
(Non-invasive Ivy)

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Price:149.99 (Excluding VAT at 20%)


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Ivy (Hedera) HEDGING SCREEN - 2.2m high, 1.2m wide Ivy (Hedera) HEDGING SCREEN - 2.2m high, 1.2m wide

Price is per screen, min of 3 screens
(Non-invasive Ivy)

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Price:349.99 (Excluding VAT at 20%)


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Planting Essentials:
1. RootGrow 1kg   2. Westland Bonemeal Root Builder 1.5kg
 

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