|Bare root hedges are only available when they are dormant, from November until mid/late May, depending on weather conditions and whether the plant has been cold stored. Plant descriptions and photographs are available in the main species listings and there is a full description of bare root plants and how we grow ours on the "Bare root, cell grown, P9's, pot grown and root balled - what does it all mean?" page on the right hand menu.|
Our Most Popular Bare Root Species
We have a wide range of UK grown bare root hedging plants available at very competitive prices and are happy to mix varieties into any combination you wish or you can order one of our Mixed Native Hedge Packs which contains especially selected species to provide a long period of interest and wildlife support. These Mixed Native packs are priced with substantial discounts (you can find them at the bottom of the listing below - or they are described in more detail on our Mixed Native page)
We also have discounted packs of 50, 100, 250, 500 or 1000 Beech, Box, Blackthorn, Cherry Laurel, Hawthorn, Holly, Hornbeam, Privet, English Yew, and Griselinia
We have discounted bundles of these species because they are the most popular but if you want large quantities of any other species - or a mixture - we can offer similar discounts but you'll need to phone us on 01257 263873.
Watch our bare root planting video here.
All Prices shown are the price per plant. Planting distances are very much a matter of choice - 3 plants per metre is adequate, 5 is good, 7 in a double staggered row will give a dense hedge quicker. Generally, smaller plants should be planted at higher density. Read more about planting density here.
Our website will automatically discount on all orders (other than those for discounted packs). Over £150 plus vat the discount is 5% and it increases to 15% on higher value orders. The shopping cart section will also calculate for you how much more you would need to spend to get a higher discount. Just "add to cart" to see how much discount applies.
If you have any questions on this page, please contact us. You can phone us on 01257 263873 (we're here 7 days a week, until 7pm weekdays in peak autumn and spring seasons), email us at email@example.com or if you'd like to speak on the phone but would like us to pay for the phone call (and why not!) then use our Request a Call Back facility. Just put your phone number in the subject area of this email address firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our experienced advisors will call you back within 15 minutes.
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|Beech (Fagus sylvatica) - Bare Root PlantsA traditional, native hedging species with deciduous green, fluttery foliage that goes crispy and brown in winter - read more about Green Beech |
|Purple / Copper Beech (Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea') - Bare Root PlantsPurple foliage followed by copper autumn colour - read more about Purple / Copper Beech |
|Box (Buxus sempervirens) - Bare Root PlantsSmall evergreen, dense foliage, makes Box a popular hedging species - read more about Box |
|Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia') - Bare Root PlantsThe most popular of the evergreen hedging plants, Cherry Laurel boasts large, thick, glossy green foliage and a fast growth rate - read more about Cherry Laurel|
|Griselinia (Griselinia littoralis) - Bare Root PlantsThe Griselinia - read more about Griselinia |
|Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) - Bare Root PlantsThe native Hawthorn, with white May flowers, red haws and treacherous thorns, ideal for intruder proof hedging and wildlife - read more about Hawthorn |
|Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) - Bare Root PlantsSimilar to Beech, Hornbeam has fluttery green foliage which turns brown in winter - read more about Hornbeam |
|Common Privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) - Bare Root PlantsA popular hedging species with semi-evergreen green foliage - read more about Common Privet|
|Wild Privet (Ligustrum vulgare) - Bare Root PlantsA native hedging species with semi-evergreen foliage, creamy-white flowers and black berries - read more about Wild Privet|
|Yew (Taxus baccata) - Bare Root PlantsA classic species and the King of Hedges, Yew offers dense evergreen cover from needle-like dark foliage - read more about Yew|
|Discounted Bare Root Multi PacksSave on bare roots by buying your favourite species in bulk|