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The Gardman Bamboo Pole Hurdle is the perfect choice for adding that extra ornamental touch to flower beds, borders and pathways. The Bamboo Pole Hurdle will even retain raised flower beds so even if you`re short on space this stylish edging roll is the perfect accompaniment. (More...)
* (. * Foliage green, red in autumn. * Flowers are catkins. * Ultimate Height - 115ft (35m). * 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 Sorbus Aucuparia (Mountain Ash, Rowan Tree) is a vigorous tree with an abundance of separate flowers and fern-like leaves. The flowers are produced in late spring and mid summer. In the summer, you will find colourful foliage along with decorative scarlet berries in early autumn. The small white flowers are formed in loose clusters, which are followed by orange red fruit in large clusters in the autumn. (More...)
* RHS cell grown horse chestnut hedging plants, under licence granted by the Royal Horticultural Society. * The Aesculus Hippocastanum is a fast growing native deciduous hedge. * Flower: Wite. Large in Spring in erect panicles 10-30 cm tall. * Foliage: Green Autumn. * Fruit: Green-- Brown in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 80ft (24m). * Hedge Height: 4-14ft (1.2-4.6m). * Average growth/Year*: 1-2ft (20-60cm)* * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre.
* The RHS Beech (. * Flower: Green (insignificant or absent in Spring). * Foliage: Yellow-green in Spring, Dark-green in summer, Russet in Autumn. * Fruit: Brown in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 100ft (30m). * Hedge Height: 3ft+ (90cm+). * Average Growth/Year*: 2ft (60cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
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 that this varies...
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...)
A brilliant choice of tree for attracting butterflies and beneficial insects to a garden, Prunus padus Watereri bears creamy white flowers during spring, which are tightly packed on 20cm long racemes. The leaves are light green to start, turning to a pale yellow during autumn, when the tree bears small black berries which are eaten profusely by birds. A hardy, pollution tolerant tree, Prunus Watereri is the perfect choice for adding interest to a garden throughout the warmer months. (More...)
The Prunus Amanogawa is a small and compact multi stemmed tree famed for its beautiful and delicate flower display towards the end of spring. The young leaves are greenish bronze and develop a red, orange or yellowish tinge come autumn. However it is in late spring when the real show starts as the tree seems to become an upright column of blossoms and flowers with clusters of large semi-double pale pink flowers start to fill any gardens they inhabit with gentle colour and a rich fragrance. (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 Sorbus Aucuparia (Mountain Ash, Rowan Tree) is a vigorous tree with an abundance of separate flowers and fern-like leaves. The flowers are produced in late spring and mid summer. In the summer, you will find colourful foliage along with decorative scarlet berries in early autumn. The small white flowers are formed in loose clusters, which are followed by orange red fruit in large clusters in the autumn. (More...)
* Suitable for any position in particular; Damp Shade Exposed/Windy or Wet Sites. * 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 or Neutral. * Suitable Light -- in particular; Partial Shade or Full Sun. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
Our RHS Dog Rose (Rosa canina) is a large, fast growing, native rose with prickly stems that carry clusters of scented, pale white-pink single flowers in summer, followed by glossy red egg-shaped hips in autumn. It is most useful in mixed hedges as it has a scrambling habit so it forms an impenetrable barrier and will attract wildlife and deter intruders. Rosa canina will grow in many soils in particular well-drained soils in sun or shade. It will withstand strong winds. (More...)
Common name: Western Red Cedar The Western Red Cedar Conifer (Thuja plicata) is an evergreen conifer, bright green dense foliage with pale green undersurface. Holds colour well in winter. The Western Red Cedar is a great alternative to Leylandii as it is slower growing but still provides a dense, evergreen hedge. The glossy leaves are mid to dark green with a slightly green underside, aromatic when crushed, and hang gracefully in sprays. It can produce small cones. Its average growth rate is 45...
First introduced to the UK by the Romans, the Black Mulberry has been a popular choice of tree for the royalty for many years. It is a slow growing, fully hardy tree which has a stately look. It is a more attractive choice than the White Mulberry, due to the branches which are low growing and as they mature develop a gnarled look. (More...)
This temperate Eurasian tree grows to around 15m tall, usually considerably less in gardens. Has 10cm long, serrated-edged leaves with fine hairs, often developing orange tints in autumn. The flowers are white, 1.2cm wide, on racemes just over 10cm long. They are followed by pea-sized black fruit that birds find attractive. ‘Watereri’ is a shapely tree with pendulous racemes up to 20cm long. (More...)
Atrovirens is an evergreen conifer with red-brown flaking bark. It has a conical habit and dark-green, neat foliage that may become bronze-tinted in winter. It is slower growing than leylandii and makes a very good hedge. Fast growing evergreen conifer with cinnamon-red shredding bark and spreading branches. Bright glossy green leaves above, slightly grey beneath, and aromatic when crushed. Best on moist but not waterlogged soil but will tolerate shallow chalk soil. (More...)
* 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).
A vigorous growing tree, the Hill Cherry is a wonderful choice for enhancing a garden, during spring large 6 inch flowers of white form in clusters amongst the young bronze leaves. As the year progresses, the leaves turn to green and then as the autumn advances they change to enchanting colours of yellow and orange. (More...)
A medium size tree the Fraxinus ornus has dark green leaves throughout spring and summer, but during autumn it shows why it is a good choice to provide interest late on in the year. The leaves turn to a rich, dark purple, creating a wonderful display until they fall. Another highlight of this tree is that during the spring, masses of scented creamy white flowers form all over the branches. It has a pyramidal crown, and is fast growing. It reaches a mature height of 15 meters with a spread of the...
The Turf Rise range has been especiallly formulated to give a programmed route to looking after all turf [particularly fine turf] using a combination of the best raw materials available. Trials with this range have shown enhanced green quality with a better health status and consequent reduction in disease. Each product in the range contains seaweed for soil improvement as well as secondary elements for the very best results for your lawn. Contains phosphate to stimulate new root growth and get...
* RHS cell grown holly 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-- not suffering...
Preferred common name: Balsam Spire Poplar Our Royal Horticultural Society Balsam Spire Poplar (Populus `Balsam Spire`) is a commonly planted, fast growing hybrid of Western and Eastern Balsam Poplars. An easily grown plant, (Populus `Balsam Spire`) thrives in a deep rich well-drained soil, growing best in the south and east of Britain. (Populus `Balsam Spire`)is reasonably wind tolerant, though it does not do well in exposed upland or coastal sites. It comes into leaf early in the year. Bare...
* 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; Acid Alkaline or Neutral. * Suitable for any Light -- in particular; Partial Shade. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
* 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. ...
* Sold in packs of 14, 2.438m strips, enough to cover 33.43 meters. * Save hours of back breaking edging work. * Permanent, non rusting, rotting and scratch proof. * Easy to install. * Keeps you garden looking its best. * Multi Award winning design by professional landscapers.
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 Italian 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.
* 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). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre.
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 (. * 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.
The Turf Care Range has been specially formulated to give adequate nutrition to all fine turf throughout the growing season. They are a balanced complex mini granule, made for ease of application, which makes plant scorch unlikely. Monthly applications of the product will help to reduce plant stress, iron ensures a rich green colour while magnesium along with potassium ensures good cell structure within the plant to allow maximum chlorophyll production. (More...)
Also known as-- Danesblood bellflower-- Clustered bellflower-- Bellflower. This is a vigorous clump-forming perennial which is native to Europe and Asia with bluish purple-- whitish green flowers which are held in dense clusters in the summer. These plants will grow to be about 2-3ft tall. You should remove the faded blooms to encourage further flowering. You should grow them in full sun with well drained-- moderately rich soil. This plant will need regular dividing as it is a very rampant grower...
This RHS Premium Cell Grown Red Alder (Alnus Rubra) 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 ends between...
The Pyrus calleryana Chanticlear is a relatively tall and thin spire like deciduous pear tree. Intriguingly, whilst the tree does produce a crop of small brown pears, it is so subtle that the tree is better known for the masses of creamy white blossoms present in early spring that cluster along the branches to form a dense habit. The Pyrus has deep green leaves oval at one end whilst pointed at the other. During autumn the leaves can take on a wide range of colours depending on the soil type it is...
The Pyrus calleryana Chanticlear is a relatively tall and thin spire like deciduous pear tree. Intriguingly, whilst the tree does produce a crop of small brown pears, it is so subtle that the tree is better known for the masses of creamy white blossoms present in early spring that cluster along the branches to form a dense habit. The Pyrus has deep green leaves oval at one end whilst pointed at the other. During autumn the leaves can take on a wide range of colours depending on the soil type it is...
* 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. ...
* The (. * Foliage needles, deep green. * Flowers are pink cones hardening and turning brown in autmun. * Ultimate Height - 90ft (30m). * 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.
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...
Benefits • The Sorbus Aria is a native, deciduous plant • Flower: White • Foliage: Green • Fruit: Red in Autumn • Ultimate Height: 50ft (15m) • Average Growth/Year*: 1ft (30cm) *Average Growth/Year: Average growth per year in first 1*-2* 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 tree and by every tree type.
* 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...
* The RHS Golden Elder (. * Flower: White in Summer. * Foliage: Yellow in spring, Yellow in Summer. * Fruit: Black in Autumn. * Fragrance: Flowers are scented. * Ultimate Height: 12ft (3.7m). * Average growth/Year*: 2-3ft (60-90cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
Preferred common name: Snowberry Hancock 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 Snowberry Hancock (Symphoricarpos x chenaulti `Hancock`) is a low, spreading, upright deciduous hedge with slender, arching branches. It is bushy with a rounded...
The Wildlife Friendly Hedging Tree pack is the perfect accompaniment to plant with hedges that have the purpose of attacting wildlife into the garden, or to grow alongside roadside hedges. Even if you are planting a small copse in a wildlife friendly area, then this pack is ideal for your requirements. Pack consists of the following trees, all of which are 3 years old and at a height of 150/175cm; Sorbus aucuparia (Mountain Ash / Rowan Tree) Caprinus betulus (Hornbeam) Prunus avium (Wild Cherry...
* Habit; Broadly conical, Erect, Open branched. * Height: 15m. * Spread: 12m. * Time to Maturity: 20-5o years. * Flower: Green in Spring. * Foliage: Dark-green in Spring; Dark-green in Summer; Reddish-purple in Autumn. * Fruit: Green in Autumn. * Hardiness: Fully Hardy. * Light Needs: Full Sun. * Soil Conditions: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types). * Soil Drainage: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained. * It has been awarded the RHS award of Garden Merit.
A tree grown not for it flowers but for the wonderful display its foliage provides. Liquidambar styraciflua Worplesdon has large star shaped leaves which are bright green from spring till autumn. The leaves turn from green to a wonderful mixture of purple, oranges and yellows during autumn. It has a rounded heavy crown and whilst it grows at a reasonably slow pace, it is not suitable for small gardens as its mature height is around 25 meters and it has a spread of 12 meters. A hardy tree it is best...
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...
The upright Acer palmatum Bloodgood (Japanese maple) is one of the best purple-leaved varieties, it can grow into a large shrub or small tree. The foliage is deep purple in summer, turning scarlet in autumn. Like all Japanese maples it is slow growing and provides wonderful autumn colour. `Bloodgood` is holder of the Royal Horticultural Society`s prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM)
* 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...
* The RHS Common Oak (. * Foliage green, brown in autumn. * Flowers are catkins. * Ultimate Height - 115ft (35m). * 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.
Helleborus `Single Purple Slate` 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...
Benefits • Growth Habit: Thin, upright • Height: 11-15m • Spread: 5-9m • Hardiness: Fully hardy, the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. • Shelter Needs: Moderate Shelter • Light Needs: Full Sun • Water Needs: Semi-moist conditions • Soil Conditions: Light to medium moderately drained well drained soil with low salinity and moderately fertile. • Flowers: Racemes. clusters; Whitish to pink • Leaves: Elliptical; Yellow Shades • Fruit: Medium; Brow • It...
* Growth Habit: Bushy upright spreading. * Height: 1.5-6m. * Spread: 2-7m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter: Moderate Shelter. * Light Needs: Full sun with some shade. * Water Needs: Moist conditions to dry conditions Tolerates drought. * Soil: Well drained humus-rich light, medium, heavy, clay soil. * Flowers: Double; Dark Purple-Red. * Leaves: Heart-shaped to ovate, pointed oval-shaped leaves that come to a point; Green Shades...
Teasel is a robust tall biennial which can grow to 6 feet or more. All parts of the plant have spines - leaves, stalks and egg shaped flower heads. The plant and seed heads persist into winter, providing a bit of structural interest in a wildlife area when other plants have died back. We sell Wild Teasel (Dipsacus fullonum) seeds per gram; customers should be aware that when ordering more than one gram of Dipsacus fullonum seeds, the entire amount will be bagged together to reduce unnecessary packaging...
* 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.
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...
* Growth; Large, rounded crown tree. * Height: 15m. * Spread: 12m. * Hardiness: Hardy. * Shelter: Exposed, Sheltered. * Light Needs: Partial Shade, Full Shade. * Water Needs: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained conditions. * Soil Conditions: Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types). * Flower: Yellow-green in Spring. * Leaves: Dark-green in All seasons.
This RHS Premium Cell Grown Norway Spruce (Picea Abies) 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 ends...
* A horse and pony grass seed mixture formulated with a higher proportion of low fructan grasses, to provide good quality grazing and reduce the risk of laminitis. * Hardwearing species are included to withstand the pressures of equestrian use. * Performs well with low fertiliser inputs. * Young, well managed grass can provide most of a horse's feed requirement. * Blend of 5 herbs add valuable properties to your horse's diet. * Sowing rate 14 - 28kg per acre. * Sowing depth 6 - 12mm.
The Sorbus Intermedia (Swedish Whitebeam) is a tough, medium sized round-headed deciduous plant, with masses of rounded densely hairy green leaves above and pale-grey white hairs beneath. Followed by flat bunches of white flowers in early summer. In autumn foliage turns yellowish to grey-brown, alongside orange-red berries. (More...)
* Growth Habit: Mound. * Height: 1-1.5m. * Spread: 2-3m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter Open Position. * Light Needs: Partial Sun. * Water Needs: Semi-Moist conditions. * Soil Conditions: Sandy or dry, chalky clay well drained soil. * Leaves: Linear; Yellow Shades. * Fruit: Small, Soft berry or currant; Blue-Black White.
The Populus Alba (White Popular) is a medium-sized deciduous plant, growing to heights of up to 16-27 m (rarely more), with a trunk up to 1 m diameter and a broad rounded crown. The bark is smooth and greenish-white to greyish-white with characteristic diamond-shaped dark marks on young trees. The young shoots are covered with whitish-grey down, including the small buds. The leaves are 4-15 cm long, five-lobed, with a thick covering of white scurfy down on both sides but thicker underneath; this...
* 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...
* Growth Habit: Tall, weeping. * Height: 16-21m. * Spread: 14-17m. * Hardiness: Able to withstand cold temperatures down to -23C or -10F. * Shelter Needs: Open spacious position. * Light Needs: Full sun. * Water Needs: Semi-moist conditions. * Soil Conditions: well drained soil. * Flowers: Clusters; Pink-Yellow. * Leaves: linear, Blue-Grey shades.
* Growth; Bushy, Upright plant. * Height: 1.5m. * Spread: 1.5m. * Hardiness: Hardy. * Shelter: Exposed, Sheltered. * Light Needs: Full Sun. * Water Needs: Moist but well-drained. * Soil Conditions: will tolerate most soil types. * Flower: Pink in Summer; Pink in Autumn. * Leaves: Bright-green in Summer and bight-green in Autumn and wrinkled in appearence.
* 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.
Quercus Rubra, also known as Northern Red Oak, grows straight and tall, to 35 m (115 ft), exceptionally to 43 m (140 ft) tall, with a trunk of up to 1 m (3 ft) diameter. It grows rapidly and is tolerant of many soils and varied situations, although it prefers well-drained soils. Leaves are alternate, seven to nine-lobed, oblong-ovate to oblong, five to ten inches long, four to six inches broad; seven to eleven lobes turning red in autumn. Acorns ripen in the spring of the second year. (More...)
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...
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Exposed/Windy and coastal areas. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; Chalky, loamy, 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 or Full Sun. * Hardiness: Very Hardy. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
Our RHS Red Dogwood (Cornus alba) cell grown plants are extracted from their cells prior to despatch and are wrapped in protective packaging to ensure the root plug stays moist. The plants come with their root systems intact, whereas bare root plants can lose the fine feeding roots and root hairs when they are lifted. This means that cell grown plants can become more quickly established than bare root. Another advantage of cell grown Red Dogwood is that it can be planted into warm soils when roots...
This RHS Premium Cell Grown Common Broom (Cytisus Scoparius) 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...
Benefits - Current Height: 20-30cm - Height: 60cm - Spread: 90cm - Soil type: Well drained soil, with a humus rich soil to prevent roots drying out. - Light needs: Full sun or partial shade. - Hardiness: Fully hardy - Growth: Compact, dome shape - Flowers: White flowers appearing in summer time - Leaves: Grey green foliage all year round
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.
The Populus Alba (White Popular) is a medium-sized deciduous plant, growing to heights of up to 16-27 m (rarely more), with a trunk up to 1 m diameter and a broad rounded crown. The bark is smooth and greenish-white to greyish-white with characteristic diamond-shaped dark marks on young trees. The young shoots are covered with whitish-grey down, including the small buds. The leaves are 4-15 cm long, five-lobed, with a thick covering of white scurfy down on both sides but thicker underneath; this...
* 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. ...
Magnolia soulangiana lennei 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...)
This RHS Premium Cell Grown Norway Spruce (Picea Abies) 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...
Lonicera nitida is a very popular hedging shrub, of the honeysuckle family but without the fragrant flowers. Nitida flowers are small and white. The appeal in Lonicera nitida is its dense growing and sleek green leaves, which when clipped forms a neat, formal hedge. It will only ever reach and spread up to around 150cm, so is best grown for low hedging. The leaves stay green year round and the shrub makes an attractive shrub in its own right.
* RHS cell grown burnet rose hedging plants, under licence granted by the Royal Horticultural Society. * The Rosa Spinosissima is a dense native deciduous hedge. * Foliage: Green in all Seasons. * Flower: Creamy-white in Spring. * Ultimate Height:2-3ft (60-90cm). * 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.
* RHS cell grown gorse hedging plants, under licence granted by the Royal Horticultural Society* Growth Habit: Upright, rounded bushy. * Height: 2-2.5m. * Spread: 1-2.5m. * Hardiness: Fully hardy, the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Shelter Needs: Open Position. * Light Needs: Full Sun. * Water Needs: Dry conditions with dry atmospheric conditions. * Soil Conditions: Sandy or dry, light, medium, heavy, poor quality soil. * Flowers: single flowers axillary, Golden...
* 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.
* 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...
* The RHS Horse Chestnut (. * Flower: Wite. Large in Spring in erect panicles 10-30 cm tall. * Foliage: Green Autumn. * Fruit: Green, Brown in Autumn. * Ultimate Height: 80ft (24m). * 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 Plantanus Acerifolia is a deciduous hedge. * Height: 15-30m. * Spread: 5-8m. * Growth Habit: Upright Oval. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Light needs: Full Sub. * Water needs: Semi-moist conditions. * Soil conditions: Moist deep rich well drained soil. * Flower: Catkin, clusters; Green, White. * Leaves: Palmately-lobed; bright green variegated, yellow.
* The RHS Mountain Ash (. * Tolerates exposed positions, dry soils, cold and polution. * Deciduous hedge with attractive medium green coloured leaves changing to yellow orange. * Attracts wildlife to feed on its dark red berries. * Eventual Height 12m x 8m. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The RHS Mountain Ash (. * Tolerates exposed positions, dry soils, cold and polution. * Deciduous hedge with attractive medium green coloured leaves changing to yellow orange. * Attracts wildlife to feed on its dark red berries. * Eventual Height 12m x 8m. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* Growth Habit:. * Height: 40-50ft. * Spread; 10-20ft. * Light Needs: Dappled to Full Sun. * Water Needs: Normal to Moist. * Soil Conditions: Sandy Loam to Some Clay. * Flowers: White. * Leaves: Dark Green.
* The RHS Golden Elder (. * Flower: White in Summer. * Foliage: Yellow in spring, Yellow in Summer. * Fruit: Black in Autumn. * Fragrance: Flowers are scented. * Ultimate Height: 12ft (3.7m). * Average growth/Year*: 2-3ft (60-90cm). * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The Carpinus Betulus is a deciduous woody hedge. * Height: 8-15m. * Spread: 8-19m. * Growth habit: Narrow pyramidal, rounded. * 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 rounded; mid-Green.
Benefits • Growth; Pyramidal • Height: 9-12m • Spread: 5-7m • Hardiness: Able to withstand cold temperatures down to -23C or -10F. • Shelter: Open position • Light Needs: Partial sun • Water Needs: Moist conditions • Soil Conditions: Light, medium, heavy, clay well drained soil. • Flowers: Singly or umbels; White Pink • Leaves: oval rounded; Green 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...
* 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. ...
* Full Hardy. * Foliage;Bronze in Spring; Green in Summer; Orange, Red in Autumn. * Flower: White, Flushed pink in Spring. * Fruit: Red in Summer. * Hedge Height: 4-6ft (1.2-1.8m). * Average growth: 1-1.5ft (30-45cm)*. * 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...
* Growth: Bushy, Upright plant. * Height: 1.5m. * Spread: 1.5m. * Hardiness: Hardy. * Shelter: Exposed, Sheltered. * Light Needs: Full Sun. * Water Needs: Moist but well-drained. * Soil Conditions: will tolerate most soil types. * Flower: Pink in Summer; Pink in Autumn. * Leaves: Bright-green in Summer and bight-green in Autumn and wrinkled in appearence.
* The RHS Mountain Ash (. * Tolerates exposed positions, dry soils, cold and polution. * Deciduous hedge with attractive medium green coloured leaves changing to yellow orange. * Attracts wildlife to feed on its dark red berries. * Eventual Height 12m x 8m. * Recommended Planting Distance: 3-5 per metre for a single row or 5-7 per metre for a double staggered row.
* The Betula Pendula is a deciduous plant. * 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.
* 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.
Also known as an Overlap Fencing Panel, this traditional style is the UK's most popular fencing panel. These sturdy, well built fencing panels offer a great value screening solution. These are already assembled and ready to fix to the fencing posts. Formed from lap boards that are partially horizontally overlapped, these traditional fence panels offer a semi-rustic appearance that will suit most gardens. Each Lap Pressure Treated Panel is framed with rectangular battens and complete with a top...
* Suitable for any position, in particular; Open position. * Suitable for any normal soil, in particular; A sandy or dry, light well drained soil. * 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 sun. * Hardiness: Fully hardy; the plant can tolerate temperatures down to about -15C or 5F. * Skill Rating: Beginner.
We sell our Schoenoplectus lacustris seeds per gram; customers should be aware that when ordering more than one gram of Schoenoplectus lacustris seeds-- the entire amount will be bagged together to reduce unnecessary packaging (More...)
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