Pot Grown Hornbeam Hedging - Carpinus Betulus
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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
Hornbeam is a classic native hedgerow plant, which retains its russet coloured leaves through most of the winter. Hornbeam is often used in place of Beech, especially on heavy soils. As a tree the wood was known for its hardness - as hard as 'horn'
Hornbeam plants are dispatched as bare root hedging from November to end March or as pot grown hedging all year round.
We also grow Hornbeam as large specimen shrubs, please contact us for details.
When quality is important use superior English Grown stock. All our plants are English grown English provenance stock.
|Picture||Pot/ Plant Size||Description||Planting Density||Price Each|
|60 - 90cm Tall Bare root Transplant||The most popular choice size for bare root planting||Recommend 3 plants per metre (Single row) or for a thicker hedge 5 plants per metre (Double row).||£1.15|
|3L Pot Grown Plant||Large Garden Centre size plants, to give you a good start to your hedge.||Recommend 3 plants per metre (Single row) or for a thicker hedge 5 plants per metre (Double row).||£6.50|
|10L Pot Grown Plant||Larger size plants and you will not have to wait as long to get your perfect hedge.||Recommend 2 plants per metre (Single row) or for a thicker hedge 4 plants per metre (Double row).||£24.00|
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