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Security Hedging

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Bare Root Berberis wilsoniae Hedging  - Barberry

£2.85

Berberis wilsoniae is a more unusual, small hedging shrub, introduced from China by Ernest Wilson. It has small light green leaves on thorny stems. A wonderful sight when the autumn foliage blends beautifully with the coral pink of the fruit clusters.

Bare Root Dog Rose - Rosa Canina

£1.85

Dog Rose is a wild rose with delicate pink or white lightly scented flowers. They make wonderful displays in the hedgerows during June and July, followed in autumn by bright red egg shaped fruits.

Bare Root Field Rose - Rosa arvensis

£2.65

Field Rose is a choice, vigorous rose bearing pale creamy white flowers followed by small red hips. Good as ground covering or in the natural hedgerow and woodland.

Bare Root Hawthorn Hedging - Crataegus Monogyna

£1.10  -  £1.35

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 Pink Ramanas Rose - Rosa Rugosa

£2.10

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.

Blackthorn Bare Root Hedging Plants - Prunus spinosa

£1.00  -  £1.20

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.

Holly Hedging - Ilex aquifolium

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Ilex aquifolium produces many, white, fragrant, winter to early spring flowers, followed by ornamental blue-black fruit, which attract birds. Mature plants reach up to 3m. Makes a good evergreen hedge.

Pot Grown Berberis wilsoniae Hedging  - Barberry

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Berberis wilsoniae is a more unusual, small hedging shrub, introduced from China by Ernest Wilson. It has small light green leaves on thorny stems. A wonderful sight when the autumn foliage blends beautifully with the coral pink of the fruit clusters.

Pot Grown Gorse Hedging - Ulex europaeus

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Gorse is a dense spiny shrub known for its golden yellow pea like flowers produced over long periods. A versatile plant suited for the natural garden or hedgerow. Not only a good wildlife plant buts its thorny nature makes it ideal for use in many security hedge mixes.

Pot Grown Hawthorn Hedging - Crataegus Monogyna

£6.95  -  £20.75

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.

Scots Rose - Rosa Spinosissima

£1.95

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.

Sweet Briar - Rosa rubignosa

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Also known as the Eglantine Rose, Rosa rubignosa is a spiny arching rose with single pink flowers followed by red hips in Autumn. Makes an excellent natural security hedge.

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