Bare Root English Yew Hedging - Taxus Baccata
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Economy or Premium SelectionEconomy - rooted into its pot but a further season before moving up a pot size.
Premium - more growth in its pot. More mature than Economy
“You only want to plant a hedge once so buy the best and invest in quality English grown plants”
Taxus Baccata is a familiar sight in churchyards and formal hedges across the country. Yew makes one of the best formal evergreen hedging subjects, and is not as slow growing as many people think. Easy to look after with little pruning needed.
Yew can also be a wonderful tree, its deep green leaves set off in autumn by cerise berries.
Our Yew hedge plants are English grown from genuine English origin stock. They are established and fully graded transplants, not cheaper or inferior seedling stock. The difference in quality is clear. Our Yew transplants have been grown for 2 years, producing a more fibrous root system enabling them to establish more easily with a higher rate of success. Our Yew transplants are also more heavily branched giving you a more established looking hedge.
Some suppliers use the word “native” to describe their Yew plants but this does not necessarily mean that they are English grown or of English origin. Many are imported from continental Europe. As growers with over 40 years of growing experience we are happy to pass on our knowledge and advice. Don’t compromise on quality. When you want the best choose quality English grown, English origin Yew from Botanica.
Bare Root Yew plants are only available during the season November to March. We offer a discount when you pre-order your bare root plants for the following season. This will automatically appear according to the date you place your order. For 2015 only the discount will extend to 31st October 2015. Buy now to get your best deal. You will qualify for a discount when you buy in bulk. This will appear in your Shopping Basket.
To use more established plants and plant all year round see our container grown Yew page
To see more about why we believe that buying English grown Yew is important click here