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Image of Acer campestre Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Acer campestre Bare Roots - 60/90cm

Field Maple is a lovely native species with soft green leaves with red tinges all summer and stunning yellow autumn colour. Field Maple is one of the species in our mixed native hedging packs - if you're choosing your own species for a mixed native pack...


 
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Buxus Sempervirens Bare Roots - 20/30cm

The Box hedge plant (Buxus Sempervirens) is the most popular species for luxury low hedging. This evergreen hedging plant is perfect for hedges from 50cm up to 1.5m and is ideal for topiary. Box hedging plants have very small, dark green leaves so they're...


 
Image of Buxus Sempervirens Bare Roots - 30/40cm
 

Buxus Sempervirens Bare Roots - 30/40cm

The Box hedge plant (Buxus Sempervirens) is the most popular species for luxury low hedging. This evergreen hedging plant is perfect for hedges from 50cm up to 1.5m and is ideal for topiary. Box hedging plants have very small, dark green leaves so they're...

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Buxus Sempervirens Bare Roots - 40/60cm

The Box hedge plant (Buxus Sempervirens) is the most popular species for luxury low hedging. This evergreen hedging plant is perfect for hedges from 50cm up to 1.5m and is ideal for topiary. Box hedging plants have very small, dark green leaves so they're...

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Image of Carpinus betulus Bare Roots - 120/150cm
 

Carpinus betulus Bare Roots - 120/150cm

The Hornbeam hedging plant is a very popular native species with very similar characteristics to Beech - in that it retains many of its leaves in winter (not quite as good as Beech) but they go coppery coloured (a bit less coppery than Beech - more of...


 
Image of Carpinus betulus Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Carpinus betulus Bare Roots - 60/90cm

The Hornbeam hedging plant is a very popular native species with very similar characteristics to Beech - in that it retains many of its leaves in winter (not quite as good as Beech) but they go coppery coloured (a bit less coppery than Beech - more of...


 
Image of Contoneaster franchetii Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Contoneaster franchetii Bare Roots - 60/90cm

Cotoneaster franchetii is a great option for shady or coastal sites. It has grey/green evergreen foliage between which stand blush-white flowers in the spring, followed by orange berries. It is ideal for attracting wildlife and will add lots of interest...

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Image of Cornus Alba Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Cornus Alba Bare Roots - 60/90cm

This variety of dogwood provides lots of interest year round as its foliage turns from green to red in the autumn, before falling and leaving behind the vibrant red branches. It looks great either as a block colour hedge or when interspersed with other...


 
Image of Cornus Sanguinea Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Cornus Sanguinea Bare Roots - 60/90cm

Cornus Sanguinea is a bright orange dogwood with delicate white flowers in the springtime before the green foliage turns orange and red as it falls in the winter, to reveal vibrant orange stems. It looks great either as a block colour hedge or when interspersed...


 
Image of Cornus Stolonifera Flaviramea Bare Roots - 60-90cm
 

Cornus Stolonifera Flaviramea Bare Roots - 60-90cm

As a deciduous plant, yellow dogwood has green leaves over the spring and summer, which turn red before falling, leaving behind lime-yellow stems which provide a great vivid backdrop over the winter months. Its white flowers in spring attract wildlife...


 
Image of Cotoneaster franchetii Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Cotoneaster franchetii Bare Roots - 60/90cm

Cotoneaster franchetii is a great option for shady or coastal sites. It has grey/green evergreen foliage between which stand blush-white flowers in the spring, followed by orange berries. It is ideal for attracting wildlife and will add lots of interest...


 
Image of Crataegus monogyna Bare Roots - 60/90cm
 

Crataegus monogyna Bare Roots - 60/90cm

There are thousands of miles of Hawthorn hedging in Britain and for many good reasons - it is native, prickly, with pretty, profuse white flowers in May (hence its alternative name May Blossom) and loads of red hips, which are ideal bird food, in autumn....