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Coastal / Seaside Hedging

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Bare Root Hawthorn Hedging - Crataegus Monogyna

£1.15  -  £1.40

Crataegus Monogyna needs little introduction. Hawthorn is the backbone of many of our native hedgerows. Also known as May or Whitethorn. Masses of scarlet red berries in autumn which are a good natural source of vitamin C.

Bare Root Myrobalan Plum - Prunus Cerasifera


Myrobalan Plum - Prunus Cerasifera often found in natural hedge mixes and very useful on drier soils. Abundant here in Suffolk along the coastal Suffolk Sandlimgs. Bears white flowers followed by small red and yellow plum shaped edible fruit. Makes an excellent natural wildlife freindly hedge.

Bare Root Pink Ramanas Rose - Rosa Rugosa


Rosa Rugosa is persistently popular, this easy to grow rose can be seen poking its red-pink flowers through mixed hedgerows all summer. Or use on its own to make a lovely informal flowering hedge Glorious large red hips follow the flowers. A superb impenetrable hedge.

Bare Root Snowberry - Symphoricarpus albus var. Laevigatus


Symphoricarpus albus is a thicket forming dense shrub with arching shoots bearing small spherical white fruits like marbles in Autumn and into the winter. Always attracts attention.

Blackthorn Bare Root Hedging Plants - Prunus spinosa

£1.10  -  £1.30

Our familiar native blackthorn or sloe. Spiny deciduous shrub with white flowers, which can often appear as early as late winter, followed by edible black fruits, 'sloes' in late autumn. Grows to 4m or more.

Rosemary leaf Willow - Salix elaeagnos subsp.angustifolia (rosmarinifolia)


I much prefer its other name of rosmarinifolia which perfectly describes its beautiful grey green 'rosemary' like foliage. Can be trimmed to form a lovely semi formal hedge

Scots Rose - Rosa Spinosissima


Rosa Spinosissima is a dense, spreading, thorny rose with single creamy flowers borne freely in mid summer followed by purplish black hips. Very good for dry conditions.

Sea Buckthorn - Hippophae rhamnoides

£8.50  -  £27.50

A very pretty silver leaved shrub, stunning when laden with its orange yellow berries, which are only produced on the female plants. Best to plant in groups of at least three to get the effect.

White Ramanas Rose - Rosa rugosa alba


Rosa rugosa alba gives wonderful papery white blooms over a long period, easy to grow in most situations and like its pink cousin, makes a good hedge.


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