This is for a variety of fantastic quality Native Hedgerow plants – Please visit each plant’s individual page on our site for a full breakdown of their details and qualities.
Classic Native hedgerow is based around four of the most popular species: Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Rowan and Hazel. All you need to do is choose how many plants you need and the size you are after!
The mix of plants we will send will depend partly on the length of hedge you choose but will consist of 50% Hawthorn and then a mix of the other species!
The Plants do not require particularly good soil and will quickly make a dense hedge which is easy to maintain from 3ft upwards. Each plant will grow approximately 25cm each year given average conditions and can be planted in full or partial shade.
If you have horses, please leave a note when ordering to let us know and we will include the appropriate plants, see our ‘Horse friendly’ hedgerow listing and order through there or contact us to discuss what can be included.
Like all bare root plants, this mix can only be supplied during the dormant planting season which runs from the end of October to the end of March but may be ordered at any time of year to ensure your supply as we may run short of some plants if demand outstrips supply.
Customers in rural areas may wish to protect their plants from rabbits. Please see our section on rabbit guards.
We highly recommend planting with Rootgrow Mycorrhizal gel to ensure that your plants have the best start in life. Rootgrow helps establish a good root system so that your plants are able to absorb all the water and nutrients they need.
We will send you our FREE guide to hedge planting with your order confirmation or this can also be downloaded from our home page.
How to plant:
We recommend that you plant in a single or staggered row at the rate of 5 per metre so just order the number of packs you need for the hedge length you are after!
Many apologies but due to a change in plant health law following Brexit, we are currently unable to ship to Northern Ireland. We are working on this and hope to find a solution soon!