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- Mr Wheatley

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Game and Pheasant cover Plants

The below Game and Pheasant cover plants have been selected to be planted as shelter for game animals and wildlife. These plants are all either evergreen or semi-evergreen and thornless,making them suitable for inside pens and around woodlands to form a good understory.

You can plant these shade-tolerant plants in existing woodland or out in the open to create a new copse.

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Bare Root Common Laurel - Prunus laurocerasus Rotundifolia

£4.00  -  £4.80

Common Laurel - Prunus laurocerasus is a well known large evergreen shrub, mid green glossy leaves, easy to grow and extensively planted as an effective screen or hedge.

Bare Root Common Privet hedging - Ligustrum vulgare


Ligustrum vulgare is a classic plant ideal for formal or native hedge planting schemes, with dark glossy semi-evergreen foliage. Easy to grow particularly over chalky soils.

Bare Root English Yew Hedging - Taxus Baccata


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.

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.

Leycesteria formosa

£7.50  -  £82.50

A very beautiful sight when in flower Lovely light green shoots and exotic foliage are set off by white flowers inside wine-red bracts. Shiny purple fruits follow.


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