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We grow pretty much all the hedge plants and sapling trees you could need, many of which are suitable for ornamental use as specimens. 

Hedgerows provide privacy and structure to your garden, protection from the elements, a habitat for wildlife, and an ornamental framing of foliage and flowers for your lawns and flower beds.

To top it off, hedging is cheaper, longer lasting, and much easier to install than a fence.

What is so good about bareroot hedging?

The majority of hedging plants and trees in the UK are planted bareroot, but for many new gardeners, the idea of buying a plant with no soil around its roots feels wrong: how can they survive transit without a pot?

The secret is that they are dormant (sleeping) in winter, and really do not mind being lifted without soil on their roots. While they are out of the ground your plants are kept in ideal, cold, humid conditions until they are picked, quality checked again, packed and sent to you by next-day delivery.

To add interest to a new hedge or woodland, you cannot beat a range of garden bulbs.

All our bareroot mail-order hedge plants come with our Guarantee, and we offer free returns on all the plants you buy from us, so you can give them a whirl with complete confidence.
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You can choose from formal and native hedging, as well as trees and bamboos that are best suited for tall screening. Many of the larger shrub roses make the most lovely informal hedges with flowers and fragrance in summer and rose hips in autumn.

Of course, there is an overlap between plants that can be clipped as a proper boundary hedge and ornamental garden shrubs that are typically used for low edging or informal screening. If you are not sure, just remember that gardening is an art, not a science, and you are allowed to experiment and have fun. Plants are cheap, and if something does not work, you can always try something different.

What is the difference between Bareroot and Pot Grown Hedge Plants? 

Bareroot plants are by far the best value, the easiest to handle & plant because they weigh so little, and offer the most selection. 
They are only delivered during winter and early spring, about November to March, when the plants are dormant, which conveniently is also the best time of year to plant almost all woody species.

Some plants or larger sizes can only be delivered in pots, and some popular species are sold both bareroot in winter and potted the rest of the year.

There is nothing wrong with pot-grown plants, but if you have a choice, bareroot is better.

I have no room for a hedge, but want to hide a wall, fence, shed etc, what options do I have?

If you want to turn a sturdy fence or wall into a narrow sort of "hedge", climbing plants can do that for you.

Another option is espaliered plants, trained on wires to grow flat against a surface.
Pyracantha is an excellent ornamental for this purpose, being evergreen and carrying ornamental berries well into winter. 
Or you could use most fruit trees: apples and pears are ideal. They aren't evergreen, but they will still make a new focal point in front of the eyesore. 

To cover a shed or garage, consider a vigorous rambling rose.

Bamboo plants aren't true hedging because you don't clip them, but some running varieties will make a solid screen quickly, and can be constricted to a narrow line using root barrier (otherwise they will spread everywhere!).

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