Elaeagnus Ebbingei

Elaeagnus ebbingei quickly clips into a dense hedge which produces small highly scented flowers in the late Autumn. It makes an ideal hedge of any size between four and six feet and although it is used for inland plantings it is also favoured for coatal plantings due to its tolerance of salt and strong winds which is why it is commonly found planted along the south coast overlooking the sea often on quite poor soil.