Bare root hedging refers to hedging plants that have been grown in an open ground nursery and the plants are dug directly out of the ground for sale with no soil around their roots. For this reason, bare root hedge plants can only be sold in the colder months of the year as lifting plants out of the ground during the drier months of the year will result in roots drying out and plants dying. Usually, bare root hedging refers to native hedging which is typically sold as an economic option for planting longer stretches of hedging. If native hedging is being planted using bare root plants, a hedge can either be single species or mixed species and can often be planted in either a single or double line.
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