We grow pretty much all the hedge plants and sapling trees you could need, and many of them are suitable for ornamental use as specimens.
Bareroot plants are the best value and the easiest to handle: they are delivered only during winter and early spring, in about November to March, when the plants are dormant. Some plants are only delivered potted, and some can be both, depending on the season.
The majority of hedging and trees in the UK is/are planted bareroot, and the wet spring weather should usually keep your young hedge or woodland watered.
Only their intended use. Most hedge plants are sapling trees (the rest are naturally bushes), sold at the ideal starting sizes for hedge use. If you plant a hawthorn 'hedge plant' and leave it to grow naturally, it will make a normal hawthorn tree, not a hedge.
All the young trees listed as suitable 'hedge plants' are also used for forestry planting. It's only the trees listed as 'sapling trees' that can not be used as clipped hedge plants, although most of them are good for taller screening. Many of the young trees in this section are also available in large standard sizes here.
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