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* The Fagus Slyvatica Purpurea is a native deciduous hedge that is fast growing. * Flower: Green (insignificant or absent in Spring). * Foliage: Black-red in Spring, Bronze-green, Purple in summer, Russet in Autumn. * Fruit: Brown in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 100ft (30m). * Hedge Height: 3ft+ (90cm+). * Average Growth/Year*: 1.5ft (45cm). * Suitable for any position, in particular; Exposed/Windy. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, Clay, Loamy or Sandy. * Suitable for...
* RHS cell grown mountain ash hedging plants, under licence granted by the Royal Horticultural Society. * Overall the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants. * Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them-- as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season. * Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact - with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs-- so once planted they can grow rapidly...
First introduced in the early 1870s, the Acer platanoides ``Globosum`` is a brilliant looking tree. It is often referred to as a lollipop tree because of its rounded crown, which creates a globular mass of large green leaves. It thrives well on all soils that are humus rich, and it needs a position in full sun or partial shade. (More...)
* (. * Long narrow catkins in spring. * Bark orange-red on young stems, soon changing to silver with distinctive black arrows. * Leaves turn yellow in autumn. * Ultimate Height - 25ft (8m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The RHS Sweet Briar (. * Foliage: Green in Summer. * Flower: Pale-pink, White in Summer. * Fruit: Red in Autumn. * Fragrance: Foliage is apple scented. * Habit: Arching. * Ultimate Height: 8ft (2.4m). * Hedge Height: 5-8ft (1.2-2.4m). * Average Growth/Year*= 1.5ft (45cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
The Robinia Pseudoacacia is grown for its fragrant, flowering clusters and furrowed black bark. The leaflets are dark green, turning yellow in the autumn. The fragrant, white or pink flowers will grow in long pendant clusters. The flowers are followed by thin, flat brown pods and will stay on the tree throughout the winter. It is a very hardy tree that can withstand difficult growing conditions. (More...)
The Choisya Ternata (Mexican orange) is a compact bushy round, evergreen shrub which is a native to the highlands of Mexico. It will produce obovate to fan-shaped glossy dark green leaves. The flowers are fragrant, white, star-shaped and born in clusters in the spring and again in the autumn. They will prefer a sunny spot with fertile well drained soil. (More...)
The Sorbus Aria Lutescens (Whitebeam) is a deciduous, spreading tree which is upright when young. The leaves emerge a silvery colour maturing to grey-green as it ages. In late spring and early summer there are clusters of white flowers, followed by orange-red fruit in early autumn. The tree looks at its best in early spring as the creamy white leaves grow from purple shoots bringing yet another subtle colourful element to this simple but outstanding tree. (More...)
* Ready spaced plants - No working out needed. * Easy to measure your requirements - Just pace out the 1m lengths. * Planting time is reduced by at least HALF compared to using individual plants. * A quick trim along the top at the height you require gives an instant effect within minutes of planting. * Product can be bent or cut to almost any shape. * Double plant for an exceptionally dense hedge. * Already established - Faster maturing. * No plant losses and ‘gapping up required’. * Greater...
Helleborus `Single Pink Picotee` like all Helleborus are extremely popular due to their winter beauty. When most herbaceous plants are dormant, the Helleborus are thriving producing flowers through the winter months and on into spring. The foliage of the Helleborus is evergreen so provides a feature all through the year. Special care and attention is given to our Hellebores, with them being hand pollinated. As a result the colour of the flower can vary slightly to the one seen in the image. Plants...
The Sorbus Commixta (Rowan tree, Mountain ash) is an upright tree, growing to about 4.5m to 8m or more. It is grown for its pinnate dark green leaves, with a shiny above and grey-green beneath, and they turn brilliant shades of orange and red in the autumn. Clusters of scarlet berries are borne in the early spring and early summer. (More...)
The Amelanchier arborea Robin Hill is an excellent small tree which is perfect for smaller gardens and places with restricted space. This is one of the only small trees with both spring flowers and autumn colour. Buds and new flowers appear as pink before turning white. By August, the flowers ripen into edible small red berries, and with a taste similar to that of a blueberry they are popular with birds and humans alike. The new leaves in spring are a coppery red, turning to green in summer and...
* The RHS Sessile Oak (. * Foliage green, brown in autumn. * Flowers are catkins. * Ultimate Height - 120ft (40m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* (. * Long narrow catkins in spring. * Bark orange-red on young stems, soon changing to silver with distinctive black arrows. * Leaves turn yellow in autumn. * Ultimate Height - 25ft (8m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* RHS Grey Alder (. * Long narrow male catkins in spring. * Female cones that release seed in autumn but can stay on the plant longer. * Particularly effective Hedge as a windbreak. * Ultimate Height - 70ft (21m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Benefits Overall-- the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them-- as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact-- with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs-- so once planted they can grow rapidly-- not suffering the shock that bare root plants will. Uniformity - these plants are more uniform. This...
* Common Name: Water Avens. * Genus: Geum. * Species: Rivale. * Exposure: Shady, Moist Conditions. * Hardiness: Fully hardy: the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Soil type: humus-rich, clay, moist soil. * Height: 60cm. * Width: 30cm. * Overall, the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants. * Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them, as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root...
A classic tree, that will conjure memories of river side walks, the Golden Weeping Willow is a wonderful, fast growing tree. It has slender, pendant golden yellow shoots with narrow, lance shaped bright green leaves. During spring it produces catkins, which are yellow or green dependant on the colour. It has a rounded to broadly spreading habit and can reach a height and spread of 15 meters. An easy grower, it would be perfect for a garden which backs onto a pool or river. (More...)
* The (. * Foliage green triangular when young changing to round toothed in mature plants, yellow in autumn. * Flowers are small catkins. * Ultimate Height - 50ft (15m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* Position: full sun or partial shade. * Soil: tolerant of a wide range of well-drained soil. * Rate of growth: quite fast-growing. * Flowering period: April to May. * Flower colour: insignificant separate male and female flowers. * Other features: makes an impressive purple-foliaged hedge. * Hardiness: very hardy.
* The RHS Field Maple (Acer campestre) is a fast growing native deciduous hedge. * Flower: Yellow. Insignificant or absent in Spring. * Foliage: Green, Yellow in Autumn. * Fruit: Green, Brown in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 32-50ft / 10-15m. * Hedge Height: 4-14ft / 1.2-4.6m. * Average growth/Year*: 1-2ft (20-60cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The RHS Weigela (. * Flower: Reddish pink in Srping; Reddish pink in Summer. * Foliage: Green in all Seasons. * Habit: Erect, Rounded. * Ultimate Height: 2m. * Ultimate Spread: 2m. * Time to Maturity- 10-20 years. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Golden Leylandii (Leylandii Castlewellan Gold) is an evergreen conifer. It has neat, golden foliage making it a good hedging plant. Although slower growing than the Leyland Cypress (Leylandii)it is still a fast growing plant. This is a beautiful, fast growing (average growth rate 60-75cm), dense, evergreen conifer with yellow spray-like foliage. Like its better-known and even faster growing relative, Green Leylandii, uncontrolled growth can be a problem, but it can be kept as a neat hedge providing...
* Overall the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants. * Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season. * Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs so once planted they can grow rapidly not suffering the shock that bare root plants will. * Uniformity - these plants are more uniform. * This plant...
Benefits • The Acer Pseudoplatanus Atropurpureum is a fast growing native deciduous tree • Flower: Yellow. Insignificant or absent in Spring • Foliage: Red, Dark Red in Autumn • Fruit: Dark Red, Brown in Autumn • Ultimate Height: 90ft (30m) • Average growth/Year*: 1-2ft (20-60cm) *Average Growth/Year* = Average growth per year in first 10-20 years As a very rough guide, 1cm of girth, measured 1m above the ground, generally equals 1ft in height until the tree is 20ft high. Please note...
* 4% Common St Johns Wort. * 12% Salad Burnet. * 12% Lady's Bedstraw. * 9% Meadow Buttercup. * 8% Self Heal. * 8% Ribwort Plantain. * 8% Common Vetch. * 7% Ox-eye Daisy. * 6% Black Knapweed. * 6% Black Medic. * 4% Yarrow. * 4% Wild Carrot. * 4% White Campion. * 4% Musk Mallow. * 4% Birdsfoot Trefoil.
* Foliage: Red through to green then orange/red throughout the year. *Light Range: Part shade to sun. *Soil Range:Mostly sand to clay. *Tolerances: Pollution, wind. * Ultimate Height: 50ft x 30ft. *Bloomtime Range: Early spring to mid summer.
* The Prunus laurocerasus is an evergreen hedge. * Foliage green. * Flowers are small white, flowering in spikes. * Ultimate Height - 50ft (15m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 1 per metre.
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Damp Shade or Coastal Areas. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, loamy, Clay or Sandy. * Suitable for any soil drainage, in particular; Semi-moist Conditions. * Suitable for any pH level, in particular; Acid Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable for any Light, in particular; Partial Shade. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
Common Name: Sweet Briar Special Offer - Buy One Get One Free! Due to surplus stocks, we are offering a fantastic limited time deal on selected exceptional quality Royal Horticultural Society plants. Simply add one pack of plants to the basket to receive another pack absolutely free! Our Royal Horticultural Society Sweet Briar (Rosa rubiginosa) is an upright, fast growing deciduous rose hedge that flowers for most of the summer, with masses of small bristle thorns and shiny, bright-green,...
Magnolia soulangiana is a large deciduous shrub of spreading habit, grown for its large, single white, pink, or purplish red, fragrant, cup-shaped flowers on bare stems in spring. Plant in moist, humus-rich soil. Some protection may be needed from late winter frosts. Uses in areas such as Architectural, City, Cottage/Informal, Low Maintenance, Wallside and trellises. (More...)
* Growth; Rounded to broadly spreading, Tall. * Height: 25m. * Spread: 15m. * Hardiness: Hardy. * Light Needs: Partial Shade, Full Sun. * Water Needs: Moist but well-drained. * Soil Conditions: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types). * Flower: Flushed red, Yellow in Spring. * Leaves: Red in Spring; Dark-green in Summer; Orange in Autumn. * Fruit: Brown in Autumn.
On many urban and rural sites, newly planted trees need protection from vandalism, machinery and animals. In many situations wire mesh guards and other protection methods are not sufficient to effectively protect the tree. Tree Protectors are the ideal solution to protect semi-mature trees from harmful damage. The Protectors offer protection to the most vulnerable area of the tree, the trunk. The Protectors are made from mild steel and are polymer coated, offering increased protection and durability...
* Growth; The Acer platanoides Crimson Sentry is a fast growing native deciduous tree with an upright growing habit. * Ultimate Height: 7-8m (15-20ft). * Hardiness: Hardy - will tolerate dry, poor sandy soils. * Flower: Yellow with red-tinge, insignificant or absent in Spring. * Foliage: Red / purple in Autumn. * Fruit: Green, Brown in Autumn. * Average growth/Year*: 1-2ft (20-60cm).
* The Leyland Cypress is a very fast growing, dense, evergreen hedge. * Full Hardy. * Foliage: Dark-green in All seasons. * Hedge Height: 6ft+ (1.8m+). * Plant height: 35m if left unchecked. * Average Growth*: 2.5-3ft (75-90cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 1-2 per metre.
* Improved turnout. * All year grazing. * Quick and superior establishment. * Germinates in the winter months. * Oversowing rate 30 - 45g per m2. * Sowing depth 6 - 15mm.
The Quercus palustris of 'Pin Oak' is an elegant tree suited to woodland, large gardens and parkland. Native to Eastern North America, it has graceful, slightly drooping slender branches, with a pyramidal mature shape. The foliage turns from a bright glossy green in summer to stunning shades of bronze, orange, crimson and purple in the autumn. Fully hardy, this tree is suitable for growing in full sun or partial shade. Although it can be grown in most soil types, it prefers free draining slightly...
Also known as-- Foxglove-- Dead mens bells-- Fairy thimbles-- Ladys gloves-- Witches gloves-- Common foxglove. This perennial is grown as a hardy biennial-- the plants will seeds up to two months before the frost-- The blooms will following in the spring and summer. The purple-pink bell-like flowers are borne in racemes on tall stems-- they have purple spots inside the throat. In the mild climates-- the foliage is evergreen and will forms large-- lush clumps. This plant is often found in the wild...
* The RHS Sessile Oak (. * Foliage green, brown in autumn. * Flowers are catkins. * Ultimate Height - 120ft (40m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Also known as an Overlap Fencing Panel, this traditional style is the UK's most popular fencing panel. These fence panels offer an economic screening solution. Our fencing panels are already assembled and ready to fix to the fencing posts. Formed from Waney Edge boards that are partially horizontally overlapped, they offer a semi-rustic appearance that will suit most gardens. Each Waney Edge Panel is framed with rectangular battens and complete with a top capping. UK manufactured from pine sourced...
Save with our multi-pack pallet deal! Cordyline australis Red Star is a half-hardy striking long-leaved palm, with pointed dark red foliage. Adding drama and a focal point to softer planting, this palm does well in a pot or border as it grows slightly smaller than other Cordyline australis. The eventual height is 3m with a spread of 2m. Cordyline australis Red Star will need winter protection from frost or will require planting in a sheltered hot spot in the garden.
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Exposed/Windy, Damp or Dry Shade or Coastal Areas. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, Clay or Sandy. * Suitable soil drainage , in particular; Well Drained. * Suitable pH level , in particular; Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable Light , in particular; Partial Shade or Full Sun. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
* RHS Hazel (. * Foliage rounded, 6-12 cm long and across, softly hairy on both surfaces, and with a double-serrate margin. * Flowers are produced very early in spring, before the leaves, as wind-pollinated catkins. * Ultimate Height - 20ft (6m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* Growth Habit: round, conical bushy. * Height: 10-20m. * Spread: 4-10m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy, the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter Needs: Moderate shelter. * Light Needs: Full Sun. * Water Needs: Tolerates dry conditions. * Soil Conditions: medium to heavy moderately deep well drained soil, with low salinity and moderately fertile. * Flowers: Clusters; White. * Leaves: Ovate, Oblong. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
Preferred common name: Oval Leaf Privet Oval Leaf Privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium)hedge is very hardy semi-evergreen hedge. It tends to keep its leaves better than some of the other privet varieties. The small, oval, bright green leaves provide a very screen. Clusters of white flowers can appear in July, although if the hedge is cut this is unlikley. Bare root hedging is a very low cost way of planting a hedge, but is only available to buy and plant when dormant (November-March). Orders ahead of...
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Damp Shade or Coastal Areas. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, Clay or Sandy. * Suitable for any soil drainage, in particular; Moist but well-drained, Well-drained. * Suitable for any pH level, in particular; Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable for any Light, in particular; Partial Shade or Full Sun. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
* Growth; Spreading. * Height: 6-10m. * Spread: 6-10m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter: Open position. * Light Needs: Prefers full sun but tolerates semi-shade. * Water Needs: Any but waterlogged soil. * Soil Conditions: Moderate fertility well drained moist, clay, sandy soil. * Flowers: Singly or umbels; Dark Purple Pink. * Leaves: Elliptic; Purple Red.
Acer Palmatum `Trompenburg` is a rounded, deciduous shrub or small tree with deeply cut palmate leaves with rolled margins. Leaves are deep red-purple in spring, greener in summer, and orange-red in autumn. (More...)
* Growth Habit: Upright conical. * Height: 20-30ft. * Spread: 15-20ft. * Hardiness: Fully hardy to frost tender, min 5C. * Shelter:. * Light Needs: Partial Sun or Full Sun. * Water Needs: Moist conditions. * Soil Conditions: Grow in well-drained fertile soil. * Flowers: Corymb; White. * Leaves: Elliptical-lance-shaped; Dark Green. * Fruit: Soft berry/currant; Orange/Red.
* The Tilia Europaea Pallida is a deciduous hedge. * Height: 20-35m. * Spread: 10-16m. * Growth Habit: Broadly Columnar. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter needs: Open Position. * Light needs: Partial Sun. * Water needs: Moist conditions. * Soil conditions: Sandy well drained soil. * Flower: Cyme; Pale Yellow-White. * Leaves: Ovate to rounded; Pale Yellow-Green.
This RHS Premium Cell Grown Scots Pine (Pinus Sylvestris) hedge comes with the benefits of container grown plants but the price is nearer the bare root price. The plants come with their root systems intact-- whereas bare root plants can lose the tiny fine feeding roots and root hairs when they are lifted. This means that they will become more established quicker than bare root. They can also be planted into warm soils when roots are active-- outside the dormant period. Whereas the bare root season...
* Growth Habit: broad conical upright. * Height: 6-10m. * Spread: 4-6m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy: the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter Needs: Open Position. * Light Needs: Full sun to partial shade. * Water Needs: Moist conditions. * Soil Conditions: Chalky light heavy clay well drained soil. * Flowers: Catkins; Yellow Orange. * Leaves: Ovate, Toothed, dark Green. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Exposed/Windy and coastal areas. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Dry, Light, Medium, Heavy, Clay and Water-Logged soil. * Suitable for any soil drainage, in particular; Moist conditions. * Suitable for any pH level, in particular; Acid Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable for any Light, in particular; Partial Shade. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
* The Tilia Europaea Pallida is a deciduous hedge. * Height: 20-35m. * Spread: 10-16m. * Growth Habit: Broadly Columnar. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter needs: Open Position. * Light needs: Partial Sun. * Water needs: Moist conditions. * Soil conditions: Sandy well drained soil. * Flower: Cyme; Pale Yellow-White. * Leaves: Ovate to rounded; Pale Yellow-Green.
* The RHS Bird Cherry (. * Flower: Almond scented White in Summer. * Foliage: ,Yellow in Autumn. * Fruit: Black in Summer. * Ultimate Height: 35ft (10.7m). * Average Growth/Year*: 1.25ft (40cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
*Common Name: Austrian Pine. *Exposure: Open Position, Full Sun. *Hardiness: Fully hardy: the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. *Soil type: sandy or dry, chalky poor quality soil. *Height: 2700cm. *Spread: Variable. *Cultivate: They will grow in a wide range of conditions, they are wind resistant and will thrive on soils of moderate to low fertility which are well drained , you can propagate from seeds or grafting.
* The RHS Blackthorn (. * Flower: White in Spring. * Foliage: Dark-green in Summer. * Fruit: Black in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 13ft (4m). * Hedge Height: 3-10ft (0.9-3m). * Average Growth/Year*: 1ft (30cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The RHS Swedish Whitebeam (. * Flower: White. * Foliage: Green. * Fruit: Red in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 50ft (15m). * Average Growth/Year*: 1ft (30cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
The Fraxinus Excelsior has dark green leaves and large pendent fruit clusters in autumn. The leaves that appear in spring are delicate leaflets usually with nine to eleven oval leaflets, arrange in pairs with an odd one at the end. From the black woolly buds, male or female flowers develop. This sometimes occurs on the same plant, however some plants which are male one year are female the next year. The female plants develop into fruits often called “ash keys” that are stiff sprays of bunches...
Benefits • Height: 0-100ft • Spread: 0-70ft • Leaves: Dark-Green, Yellow-green to Gold • Light: Sun to Full Sun • Soil: Sandy Loam to Clay Loam • Water: Normal to Moist As a very rough guide, 1cm of girth, measured 1m above the ground, generally equals 1ft in height until the tree is 20ft high. Please note that this varies by individual tree and by every tree type.
A fast growing, pyramidal tree the Silver Lime was first introduced in Britain in the 1700s, primarily as an ornamental tree thanks to its eye catching silver foliage. A hardy tree, it is perfect for using in conditions where other trees may not survive. It is perfect for growing in an urban environment, as it is particularly tolerant to pollution. A deciduous tree, the broad leaves are green with an underside of silver, which in windy conditions can create a wonderful shimmering effect, during the...
* The (. * Foliage green. * Flowers are small white, flowering in clumps. * Ultimate Height - 50ft (15m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
We sell Crested Dogstail (Cynosurus cristatus) seeds per gram; customers should be aware that when ordering more than one gram of Crested Dogstail seeds the entire amount will be bagged together to reduce unnecessary packaging. (More...)
* Growth; Rounded, Small. * Height: 8m. * Spread: 8m. * Hardiness: Hardy. * Light Needs: Partial Shade, Full Sun. * Water Needs: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained. * Soil Conditions: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types). * Leaves: Orange, Pink in Spring; Green, Orange, White in Summer. * Fruit: Pink in Autumn.
* The Alnus Incana is a deciduous plant. * Long narrow male catkins in spring. * Female cones that release seed in autumn but can stay on the plant longer. * Particularly effective Hedge as a windbreak. * Ultimate Height - 70ft (21m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year.
Golden Leylandii (Leylandii Castlewellan Gold) is an evergreen conifer. It has neat, golden foliage making it a good hedging plant. Although slower growing than the Leyland Cypress (Leylandii)it is still a fast growing plant. This is a fast growing, dense, evergreen conifer with yellow spray-like foliage. Like its better-known and even faster growing relative, Leylandii, uncontrolled growth can be a problem, but it can be kept as a neat hedge providing it is regularly clipped in summer and autumn.
The Alnus incana Laciniata is an ornamental, cut leaf form of the Grey Alder. A medium tree with a conical chape, it has very attractive foliage complimented by smooth grey bark. The leaves are grey/green and deeply serrated, creating a pretty effect. Suits many different situations, but does best in sun or partial shade in moist soil. (More...)
* Overall, the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants. * Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them, as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season. * Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact, with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs, so once planted they can grow rapidly, not suffering the 'shock' that bare root plants will. * Uniformity - these plants are more uniform. * This...
Benefits • Growth; Round • Height: 7-10m • Spread: 6-8m • Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. • Shelter: Open position • Light Needs: Prefers full sun but tolerates semi-shade. • Water Needs: Any but waterlogged soil. • Soil Conditions: Moderate fertility well drained moist, clay, sandy soil • Flowers: Singly or umbels; White • Leaves: Oval; Dark Green • It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit As a very rough guide...
* Ready spaced plants - No working out needed. * Easy to measure your requirements - Just pace out the 1m lengths. * Planting time is reduced by at least HALF compared to using individual plants. * A quick trim along the top at the height you require gives an instant effect within minutes of planting. * Product can be bent or cut to almost any shape. * Double plant for an exceptionally dense hedge. * Already established - Faster maturing. * No plant losses and ‘gapping up required’. * Greater...
Prunus serr Pink Perfection is a good looking flowering cherry, it has a compact, spreading habit with ascending branches. The young leaves are bronze, changing to dark green in the summer and turning to an eye-catching orange during the autumn. During spring it bears pale pink, double flowered blossom which creates a wonderful display which will an interest to any garden. (More...)
Benefits Growth; spreading Height: 4-8m Spread: 4-8m Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. Shelter: Open position Light Needs: Prefers full sun but tolerates semi-shade. Water Needs: Any but waterlogged soil. Soil Conditions: Moderate fertility well drained moist, clay, sandy soil Flowers: Single; Dark Red Purple Leaves: oval; Reddish-purple As a very rough guide, 1cm of girth, measured 1m above the ground, generally equals 1ft in height until the...
Benefits • The Acer campestre is a fast growing native deciduous tree • Flower: Yellow. Insignificant or absent in Spring • Foliage: Orange, Red in Autumn • Fruit: Green, Brown in Autumn • Ultimate Height: 80ft (24m) • Average growth/Year*: 1-2ft (20-60cm) *Average Growth/Year* = Average growth per year in first 10-20 years As a very rough guide, 1cm of girth, measured 1m above the ground, generally equals 1ft in height until the tree is 20ft high. Please note that this varies by individual...
The Geka V80 Part Circle Impact Tripod Sprinkler 13mm is a sturdy and reliable sprinkler with a throw of up to 26 metres making it ideal for larger areas. Please note that this Geka sprinkler will only work with a pressure above 2 bar The sprinkler is built to last and carries the Geka seal of outstanding quality.
Benefits Overall-- the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them-- as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact-- with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs-- so once planted they can grow rapidly-- not suffering the shock that bare root plants will. Uniformity - these plants are more uniform. This...
* The RHS Common Alder (. * Long narrow male catkins in spring. * Female cones that release seed in autumn but can stay on the plant longer. * Particularly effective Hedge as a windbreak. * Ultimate Height - 70ft (21m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* Full Hardy, shelter from cold winds, may suffer wind burn. * Green, Red in Spring; Green, Red in Summer; Green in Autumn; Green in Winter. * Flower: Cream in Spring. * Hedge Height: 5-8ft (1.2-2.4m). * Average growth: 6-9ins (15-25cm)*. * Soil types: Clay, Loamy, Sandy. * Soil drainage: Moist but well-drained,Well-drained. * Soil pH: Acid, Neutral. * Light: Partial Shade, Full Sun. * Skill rating: Beginner. * This plant has been awarded an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
* Growth; Upright oval spreading dense. * Height: 8-15m. * Spread: 8-15m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter: Moderate shelter. * Light Needs: Partial sun. * Water Needs: Dry conditions. * Soil Conditions: Chalky, light, medium, heavy, poor quality soil. * Flower: Double; White with Yellow or Red. * Leaves: Obovate; Mid-Green. * Fruit: Small, Tree nut; Light Brown. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
* The The RHS Guelder Rose (. * Flower: White in Spring; White in Summer. * Foliage: Green in Spring; Red in Autumn. * Fruit: Red in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 13ft (4m). * Average growth/Year*: 1ft (30cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Benefits Overall-- the benefits of potted plants with the price of bare root plants Extended planting season - they can be planted when you want to plant them-- as long as the roots are kept moist. You are not restricted to the bare root season Minimal root disturbance - root systems are supplied intact-- with no loss of fine feeding roots and root hairs-- so once planted they can grow rapidly-- not suffering the shock that bare root plants will. Uniformity - these plants are more uniform. This...
Benefits • Growth: Spreading, Weeping plant • Height: 7m • Spread: 6m • Hardiness: Hardy. • Shelter: Exposed, Sheltered • Light Needs: Partial Shade, Full Sun. • Water Needs: Moist, well drained conditions. • Soil Conditions: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types) • Flower: White, Flushed pink in Spring • Leaves:Green in Summer
A lovely, small, slow growing tree that is perfect for the smaller garden, and can tolerate salt and pollution laden air making it a good choice for street lining and coastal regions. It had a rounded dense crown, with leaves that open out in spring as a wonderful pink, which develops into cherry green and then dark green as the year progresses. It reaches a maximum height of 8 meters, it is hardy. Thrives on all soil types, in full sun. (More...)
* The Rosa Canina is a native hedge that is fast growing. * Flower: Pale-pink, White in Summer. * Foliage: Mid-green in Summer. * Fruit: Red in Autumn. * Fragrance: Flower. * Ultimate Height: 7ft (2.1m). * Average Growth/Year*: 1.5ft (45cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
The Tilia Cordata is a large native deciduous plant of rounded habit, with alternately arranged heart-shaped leaves, glossy green above, pale yellow beneath. They also have tiny red-brown tufts of hairs under the vein-joints. The small hermaphrodite Ivory coloured, sweetly scented flowers are produced in clusters of five to eleven in early summer with a leafy yellow-green subtending bract. The flowers in summer are erect and dominate the foliage, and give rise to very small hairless fruit. (More...
* The RHS Wayfaring Tree (. * Flower: White in Spring, White in Summer. * Foliage: Grey-green in Spring; Grey-green in Summer; Grey-green in Autumn. * Fruit: Black, Red in Autumn. * Habit: Upright. * Ultimate Height: 10ft (3m). * Ultimate Spread: 8ft (2.4m). * Average growth/Year*: 1ft (30cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Prunus serr Kanzan is a brilliant example of a flowering cherry, it is one of the most popular flowering cherries due to the immense number of flowers that it produces. During spring, the branches are laden with deep pink flowers, creating a lovely feature within a garden. As the flowers fall the tree bears young bronze foliage, which develops into dark green and then a bronze/orange as they start to fall in autumn. Best suited to a position in full sun and in well drained but moist soil. (More...
A popular choice as an alternative to Cox's Orange Pippin, Sunset is a much easier tree to grow than Cox's Orange Pippin, and has a much higher disease resistance and cropping is considerably better. Another advantage is that it is self fertile, removing the need to have a compatible pollinator near by. A mid season variety, the fruit is aromatic and sweet, but is does not keep for very long. Whilst the fruit might not be up there with Cox, it is a reasonable replacement thanks to the reliable cropping...
* The Alnus Incana is a deciduous plant. * Long narrow male catkins in spring. * Female cones that release seed in autumn but can stay on the plant longer. * Particularly effective Hedge as a windbreak. * Ultimate Height - 70ft (21m). * Average Growth/Year*- 1.5ft per year.
* Growth Habit: Arching. * Height: 15-25m. * Spread: 10-15m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy, the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter Needs: Open Position. * Light Needs: Partial Sun. * Water Needs: Semi-Moist Conditions. * Soil Conditions: Chalky well drained soil. * Flowers: Cyme, Yellowish-white. * Leaves: Round to Ovate, Pale Yellow Green.
* Growth; Upright broad pyramidal spreading massive. * Height: 6-30m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter: Open Position. * Light Needs: Partial Sun. * Water Needs: Moist conditions. * Soil Conditions: Moist, light, medium, heavy soil. * Flowers:T-like flower that has six petals shaped into a cup; Yellow, Orange, Green. * Leaves: Square to triangular-shaped; light Green. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
Quercus Petraea, also known as Welsh Oak or, Durmast Oak, is a species of oak native to most of Europe. Sessile Oak has been designated the national tree of Wales, where it is also called Welsh Oak. The leaves are 7-14 cm long and 4-8 cm broad, evenly lobed with five to six lobes on each side, and a 1 cm petiole. The flowers are catkins, produced in the spring. The fruit is an acorn 2-3 cm long and 1-2 cm broad, which matures in about 6 months. (More...)
* Growth; Round. * Height: 7-10m. * Spread: 6-8m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter: Open position. * Light Needs: Prefers full sun but tolerates semi-shade. * Water Needs: Any but waterlogged soil. * Soil Conditions: Moderate fertility well drained moist, clay, sandy soil. * Flowers: Singly or umbels; White. * Leaves: Oval; Dark Green. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
Walnut (Juglans regia) is a deciduous hedge attaining heights of 25–35 m, and a trunk up to 2m diameter, commonly with a short trunk and broad crown, though taller and narrower in dense forest competition. It is a light-demanding species, requiring full sun to grow well. Large edible nuts grow on mature trees. (More...)
* The RHS Wild Service Tree (. * Flower: Cream in Summer. * Foliage: Dark-green in Spring; Dark-green in Summer; Brown, Red in Autumn. * Stem: Brown in all Seasons. * Fruit: Red in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 50ft (15m). * Ultimate Spread: 12m. * Time to Maturity: 20-25years. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
A Willow tree is a symbol of love and protection. So why not pass on these wishes to somebody special by giving them their own Willow tree. Plant in a damp area of the garden and watch thrive over the years. The Grey Willow Gift Tree is presented in a drawstring hessian bag with a wooden gift tag. Give a gift that will keep growing. (More...)
* Suitable for any position in particular; Damp or Dry shade Wet sites or Coastal Areas. * Suitable for any normal soil in particular; Chalky, Clay or Sandy. * Suitable for any soil drainage in particular; Moist but well-drained Well-drained. * Suitable pH level in particular; Acid Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable Light in particular; Partial Shade or Full Sun. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
* The Salix Alba is a native deciduous plant. * Shimmers in wind with white silky hairs on leaves. * Catkins in Spring. * Grows in all soils, but avoid total shade. * Good windbreak. * Ultimate Height - 15m-25m. * Average Growth/Year- 2ft per year.
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Dry Shade. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, Clay or Sandy. * Suitable for any soil drainage, in particular; Moist but well-drained, Well-drained. * Suitable for any pH level, in particular; Acid Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable for any Light , in particular; Partial Shade. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
*Foliage: Bright green to yellow. *Light Range: Full sun/ partial shade. *Soil Range: Moderately fertile. *Soil drainage: Well-drained. *Ultimate Height: 9m. *Ultimate Spread: 4m. *Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered. *Shape: Low dome shaped. *Hardiness: Very Hardy.
* Growth Habit: Columnar. * Height: 6 m. * Spread: 5 m. * Hardiness: Fully Hardy. * Light Needs: Full sun / Partial shade. * Water Needs: Moderate. * Soil Conditions: Well drained. * Flowers: White.
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