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Native and Mixed Native Hedging

Native and Mixed Native Hedging

Native hedging is always a popular choice and is seen in abundance throughout the great British countryside. With many different species to choose from, all with their own unique attributes, native hedgerows are also a wildlife and eco-system haven.

Introduction to Native Hedging
Introduction to Native Hedging

Introduction to Native Hedging

Native hedging is species native to the UK. Popular species include Beech, Yew, Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Dog Rose, Bird Cherry, Hazel and Field Maple amongst others. All of these native species are important for local wildlife including birds, bees, butterflies and small mammals, offering food sources throughout a large portion of the year, as well as shelter and protection from predators. Below are some of our most popular native hedge species but to see a full list visit our Native Hedging Category Page.

Mixed Native Hedging

Mixed native hedging is most often seen as countryside hedgerows where besides housing and feeding wildlife, it plays an important part in defining boundaries, stablising land and borders, providing a 'greener' alterntative to walls or fences and helping to maintain the local eco-system and environmental balance. It is vital therefore that we continue to plant and maintain native hedging in order to conserve not just the local ecology and environment but also our national heritage.

Our mixed native hedging packs (bare root only) offer options for differing situations - Hawthorn/Blackthorn based for fields, paddocks, our coastal selection is ideal for exposed areas or salt-laden air and our garden species give year round appeal. For a premium mixed native hedge without the wait however, we also have our mixed native instant hedging troughs which form an almost seamless hedge immediately on planting.

Our Mixed Native bare root packs are only available in winter but you can buy pot grown options in any of our native hedging range.

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