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Dog Rose HedgeRosa canina

Dog Rose
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Dog Rose HedgeRosa canina

From: 1.49
Dog Rose (also known as Wild Rose or Wild Briar) is very prickly and with a scrambling habit so it forms (or can help to form in a mixed hedge) an impenetrable barrier.More InformationMore Information
  • Fast Growth Rate
  • Blue Flowers
  • Deciduous
  • Grows to 3m
  • Has Berries
  • Prickly
  • Planting Conditions: Suitable for normal, chalk and clay soils, full sun to semi shaded areas and inland, exposed and coastal sites
  • Growth Rate: Fast growing, expect 40-60cm a year
  • Height: Easily maintained at 1-3m

Step 1 - Select Root Type:

Bare Root

Bare Root

Pot Grown

Pot Grown

Root Ball

Root Ball

Instant Hedging

Instant Hedging

Step 2 - Select Size:

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Height
cm
Price
inc VAT
Planting Density
Quantity
Dog rose 40/60cm bare root (Pre-Order November 2018)
1.49
3 to 7per metre
Nov-18
Dog Rose 60/90cm bare root (Pre-Order November 2018)
1.99
3 to 7per metre
Nov-18
Dog Rose 90/120cm bare root (Pre-Order November 2018)
2.49
3 to 7per metre
Nov-18
Dog Rose 120/150cm bare root (Pre-Order November 2018)
4.99
Large Box - Min order 120 for free delivery
3 to 5per metre
Nov-18
Dog Rose 20/40cm Cell grown
1.99
5 to 7per metre
Min Order Qty 12
Dog Rose Cell grown 20/40cm x 30
50.49
5 to 7per metre
Dog Rose 40/60cm 2L pot
4.99
3 to 4per metre

Product Details
Product Details

Dog Rose Hedge Plants Description

A lovely and popular addition to a native mixed hedge with its burst of lightly scented pink/white open flowers carried in clusters in May/June followed by orange/red rose hips, so much sought by wildlife who eat the seeds inside the hips - see what addtional native hedge plants and hedges with berries can accompany Dog Rose in a mixed feature. It is very fast growing so we advise customers to plant smaller plants than the remainder of the hedge. Dog Rose will grow well in any well drained moist soil in sun or shade (but best in sun) and will withstand strong winds. We have a broad range of plants for exposed sites that will thrive in extreme weather conditions.

For additional hedge plants with features used for intruder-proof barriers, view our entire range of intruder proof hedging plants. We also have a delicious range of edible hedging plants for a practical garden feature.

Prices shown are the price per plant. Planting distances are very much a matter of choice - for bare roots, 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. Cell grown should be planted at 4 per metre in a single row or ideally 6 per metre in a staggered row.

Cell grown and pot grown plants are available all year round. Bare roots are only available from november to mid/late May, using cold stored plants towards the very end of the season (see our blog on cold storage).

Further Information
Further Information

You’ll see our recommended planting densities for each size and root type listed next to the products below. We suggest that you use these as a guide, taking into consideration how long you’re willing to wait to see your finished hedge. As a rough indication bare roots can be planted at anything from 3 to 7 per metre and cell grown between 4 and 6 - the higher densities here would need to be planted in a double staggered row or zig-zag.


For more information on planting distances please see our planting density advice section. Prices shown are the price per plant unless otherwise stated.

Pruning Advice
Pruning Advice

Rosa Canina should be pruned back between late Summer for routine pruning; late Autumn or Winter for renovation.

Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns

Free delivery is available on all orders providing they meet the minimum spend criteria for the size of box or pallet. Pallet deliveries and large box deliveries for tall plants are indicated by icons on the product table listings. Delivery costs and minimum order details for each packaging type are as follows:

Packaging TypeStandard Delivery ChargeMinimum Order Values (incl VAT) for FREE Delivery
Small Box12 delivery charge (orders up to 60 incl VAT) Orders of 60 and over - FREE
Large/Tall Box18 delivery charge (orders up to 120 incl VAT)Orders of 120 and over - FREE
Pallet60 delivery charge (orders up to 240 incl VAT)Orders of 240 and over - FREE

There are some exceptions to the standard delivery pricing structure, which relate to deliveries to more remote areas, overseas, or extremely tall plants requiring specialist delivery - for more information see the Delivery Information Page

It's Quick! - most orders are despatched within 3-5 working days (Please note that current orders for box root balls may be a longer delivery time due to hot weather affecting lifting. At present lifting is only on a once a week basis. Call 01257 263873 for an estimated delivery on this product.)

Next Day Delivery is Available - We can offer next day delivery on eligible species and sizes for an additional £12 incl VAT. Call 01257 263873 to find out if your order is eligible.

It's Convenient - no need to wait in all day to sign, we don't need a signature (the odd, larger order may require a signature but will be delivered at a mutually agreeable time)

It's Tried & Tested - we use only couriers who have shown consistency in their efficiency & care

* Please note that delivery costs are based on the final order amount in your cart after any discounts have been applied.
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