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Hawthorn (Hedging)

5 Reviews

Hawthorn is often grown as part of a native hedgerow, where its clusters of white flowers are a distinctive sight in spring. With its thorny branches it grows into a dense and inpenetrable thicket, making it an excellent choice for a secure boundary.  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Beds
  • Flower Colour: Cream
  • Longevity: Tree

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Silver birch (Hedging)

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Silver birch makes an attractive addition to a native hedging scheme. Its delicate stems and twigs form a dense screen, even when bare in winter. Brown catkins hang down in late spring and summer, against the back drop of leaves, adding extra interest - and of course…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Beds
  • Flower Colour: Brown
  • Longevity: Tree

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by the end of january 2021

Elderberry (Hedging)

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A familiar sight in British hedgerows, the Elderberry is a deciduous shrub or small tree with attractive pinnate leaves. In early summer, panicles of sweetly scented dainty white flowers appear, which are highly attractive to bees and butterflies. These are followed in…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Beds
  • Flower Colour: Cream
  • Longevity: Shrub

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by the end of january 2021

Tilia cordata (Hedging)

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The Small-Leaved Lime is often seen planted in long stands as avenue trees, but is also idea for hedges and screening. The dark green foliage make the small white summer flowers really stand out, and as the leaves slowly turn to yellow winged seeds develop in clusters.…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Beds
  • Flower Colour: Cream
  • Longevity: Tree

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by the end of november 2020

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