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August Deliveries

There may be some delays in deliveries during August due to hot weather etc. but please order as normal and we will give you a likely delivery date, and hopefully get your plants to you as quickly as we can. If you can come and collect it saves you the delivery charge PLUS we will refund you 10% off when you visit.

20% off Hardy Shrubs
20% off Exotic, half-hardy plants and succulents

Bare Root Hedging

Planting mixed native hedging is an essential part of creating a varied species rich habitat, not only in the countryside but also in gardens, even if only a few plants can be accomodated. By providing shelter for animals and roosting birds, nesting sites plus food in the form of nectar and berries we can all do a bit towards helping maintain a healthy wildlife population.

Recommended planting distance is a double staggered row with 4 to 5 plants per metre.

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Acer campestre

Acer campestre£1.80

Our native tree is a common sight in hedgerows as a tree or a hedge. Excellent plant for birds who seem to find food in the bark & under the leaves. If pruned as a hedge, do this in early winter. Good autumn colour. Good for heavy alkaline soil.



Carpinus betulus£1.90


Our native Hornbeam has green oval leaves which are retained though the winter. Green catkins appear from late spring to autumn. Will tolerate shade and heavy moist soils and makes a good windbreaking hedge. Commonly used in formal gardens in the form of pleached hedges. Good for wildlife.



Cornus sanguinea£1.80

White flowers in spring are followed by blue or white berries and colorful foliage in the autumn. The bare stems bring a splash of colour to a hedge in winter too.



Corylus avellana£1.80


Native shrub or tree with yellow male catkins in early spring and edible nuts in autumn. Can be grown on its own or as part of a hedge. Good for attracting wildlife. Does well on chalky or sandy soil. Can be coppiced in Feb-March every 3-4 years.



Fagus sylvatica 'Atropurpurea Group'£4.50

Slightly slower growing form of Beech. Deep purple leaves turn brown & die in autumn, but stay on the plant until new growth in spring pushes them off.



Prunus padus£1.75

H7>Bird Cherry

Used in mixed native hedges or as a stand alone tree. Racemes of scented white flowers followed by small bitter black berries. Excellent for wildlife



Rhamnus frangula£12.00   £9.60

Alder Buckthorn

Bundle of 5 bare root plants

A large deciduous shrub or small tree with spiny branches; yellowish-green flowers are followed by bunches of shining red fruits that mature to black. The flowers attract Brimstone butterflies and their caterpillars feed on the leaves.
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