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Hedging Collection C Naturescape Collection


Bareroot hedging plants generally 60 – 80cm in height, delivered late November to March. Some Bareroot trees may be subbed for another species or a pot if not available.

Allow 4 plants per metre if planting a single row and 6 plants per metre for a double (staggered) row.

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Common Name(s): Hedging Collection C Naturescape Collection

Plant Type: Perennial

Habitat: Full Shade, Part Shade

SKU: NS-COL19 Categories: ,
Name Latin Name Quantity Flowers Type
Hawthorn Crataegus monogyna 64% March, April, May Perennial
Field Maple Acer campestre 9% May Perennial
Guelder Rose Viburnum opulus 2% May, June, July, August, September Perennial
Common Holly Ilex aquifolium 2% May, June, July Perennial
Dog Rose Rosa canina 2% June, July Perennial
Blackthorn Prunus spinosa 2% March, April, May Perennial
Hornbeam Carpinus betulus 2% April, May Perennial
Hazel Corylus avellana 2% January, February, March, April Perennial
Wild Honeysuckle Lonicera periclymenum 1% June, July, August Climber, Perennial
Cherry Plum Prunus cerasifera 2% February, March, April Perennial
Crab Apple Malus sylvestris 2% March, April, May Perennial
Spindle Bush Euonymus europeus 2% March, April, May Perennial
Alder Buckthorn Frangula alnus 2% May, June Perennial
Field Rose Rosa arvensis 2% June, July, August Climber, Perennial


Naturescape Collection


64% Hawthorn
9% Field Maple
2% Guelder Rose
2% Wild Privet
2% Holly
2% Dog Rose
2% Blackthorn
2% Hornbeam
2% Hazel – This will be Subbed
1 % Honeysuckle
2% Cherry Plum
2% Crab Apple
2% Spindle Bush
2% Alder Buckthorn
2% Field Rose

If Some Species Become unavailable we will swapped out for another appropriate species

All the components of a wildlife hedge can be chopped back in the winter (or coppiced). This is recommended every 2nd or 3rd year, not every year. This will allow the hedge to realise full potential and provide an abundance of fresh leaf colour and form in early spring flowers, berries etc in summer and autumn leaf colour. It will be a haven for wildlife.

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