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Tag Archives: Rootballed hedge plants

  • Rootballed Hedge Plants available!

    Great quality rootballed plants for Hedging are now available !

     

    Yew, Taxus baccata and Western Red Cedar - Thuja plicata both make great hedges. They clip well and create thick hedges for divisions or can be used as a backdrop to other planting.

    Field grown and pruned to create bushy plants we have a range of sizes from 60-80cm tall to 2.2m. Taxus baccata prefers well drained soil, Thuja plicata tolerates heavier wetter sites. Both tolerate shade.

    We have a variety of sizes in stock from now through to March next year. Come and visit or see the website for sizes and prices.

    Also just arrived rootballed Holly - Ilex aquifolium 100-125cm tall!

  • Don't miss out on rootballed Hedge Plants

    50% OFF USUAL PRICE THIS WEEK !

    Available until the end of April while stocks last:

    quality hedge plants that have been field grown, pruned and supplied with soil round the roots protected by  hessian.

    Evergreen Yew - Taxus baccata is available from 60-80cm tall up to 150-175cm tall (and sizes in between) from £15 (10+ rate for smallest size). A classic for traditional hedges and topiary, a beautiful backdrop to herbaceous borders and ideal on well-drained soil.

    Evergreen Western Red Cedar - Thuja plicata - more tolerant of heavy clay soils than Yew, clips just as well and tolerates some shade. Available in sizes from 150cm tall to 225cm from £34.80 (10+ rate for smallest) depending on quantity.

    Yew and Thuja Rootballed hedge plants
  • Rootballed Hedge plants in stock!

    High quality rootballed hedge plants are available from November to March.

    Field grown and pruned so they make bushy plants, we have two evergreen species that make great clipped hedges.

    Yew and Thuja Rootballed hedge plants

     

    Taxus - yew - a traditional hedge plant ideal on lighter soils; for topiary and as a background to herbaceous borders.

    Thuja - western red cedar - ideal for heavier soils than Yew can tolerate, can be clipped hard and regrows well.

     

  • Bare root plants available now!

    Bare root and root balled plants are now available!

     

    Ohedgesur great quality bare root hedge plants are now available. We can supply single species for hedges such as beech, hornbeam or hawthorn or our popular Rural Hedge Mixtures.

    Please order in advance, usually 48 hours for collections and 3-7 days where delivery is required.

    Yew for HedgingAlso available Rootballed evergreen hedge plants - Thuja plicata (Western Red Cedar) and Taxus baccata (Yew).  These plants have been field grown and are lifted with soil round the roots and hessian or wire protecting the roots. Pruned in the field they are bushy plants that establish well.

    Bare root and rootballed plants are available from November to March (when dormant), container grown plants are available all year round.

     

     

     

  • Bare root and Rootballed Hedge Plants now available!

    We aim to supply great quality hedge plants! Our field grown bare-root and rootballed plants are available and it's now prime tree and hedge planting time.

    HawthornsNative hedges are valuable for wildlife as they provide nesting sites, shelter and habitat, and seeds and berries for birds and small mammals. For Rural Hedge Mixtures in quantities up to 150 plants (for approx. 30m) we offer a popular mixture of 2-3 year bare root plants 60-80cm in height pre-packed in bundles of 25 containing hawthorn, field maple, hazel, spindle and blackthorn.  We also supply larger quantities from a selection of your choice or our recommendations.

    a line of yewWe supply bushy evergreens as Rootballs - Yew and Thuja plicata (Western Red Cedar) - both make great evergreen screens, they can be trimmed to great effect in formal gardens as partitions, or a backdrop to herbaceous borders. Yew does require good drainage so Thuja plicata is a good alternative in heavier moister soils.

    Have a look at some of our previous blogs with advice on choice of plant, soil preparation and care of bare-root plants - happy planting!

     

     

     

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