Native Hedging


Native hedging is a broad term, loosely used to describe hedging plants that are native to the UK.  A native hedge can either be single species or multi species.  Single species native hedges tend to be used in more formal garden situations whereas mixed species native hedges tend to be used more in informal or farm hedge situations.  Many ancient hedges can be aged (as a rule of thumb) by assessing the number of species within the hedge.  Native hedging is predominantly made up of deciduous species such as Beech, Hornbeam, Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Spindle, Field Maple, Hazel, Dogwood and Dog Rose but can include many other species and there are evergreen species which can be included such as Holly and Yew hedging.  During the colder months, we supply an extensive range of bare root native hedging which is a cost effective way to plant a native hedge and all year round we supply a range of container grown native hedging plants.  Scroll down for more information.


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Field Maple hedge
£0.75 (+vat)
Buy 100 for £0.60 each (+vat)
Buy 500 for £0.55 each (+vat)
Bare-root Hawthorn hedging
£0.75 (+vat)
Buy 100 for £0.60 each (+vat)
Buy 500 for £0.55 each (+vat)
Hazel hedge
£0.75 (+vat)
Buy 100 for £0.60 each (+vat)
Buy 500 for £0.55 each (+vat)
Blackthorn hedge
£0.75 (+vat)
Buy 100 for £0.60 each (+vat)
Buy 500 for £0.55 each (+vat)
holly hedge
£6.50 (+vat)
Buy 20 for £5.00 each (+vat)
5ft beech hedge
£12.50 (+vat)
Buy 10 for £10.00 each (+vat)
copper beech hedging
£12.50 (+vat)
Buy 10 for £10.00 each (+vat)