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Green Leylandii 

is a perfect hedge plant. You can create an instant hedge. (A few years ago scientists embarked on a study to find the tree that was most effective at absorbing air pollution. The answer they discovered was the Leylandii. It could also absorb several times as much smoke, dust and carbon dioxide as the average oak!!!)These fast growing evergreen plants are ideal for making a quick effective hedge, windbreak or screen. They grow at around 3ft per year once established but can easily be trimmed into the height and width required. They are easy to keep under control with a trim once a year.



Gold Leylandii

Cupressocyparis leylandii `Castlewellan Gold` is similar to Cupressocyparis leylandii, but with lovely yellow foliage. It does not grow quite as tall as the green leylandii, but it tends to be a bushier plant. It is also highly suited to hedging and screening and can be trimmed to size.


Common Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus Rotundifolia)
Common Laurel or Cherry Laurel is a large evergreen hedging shrub or small tree with big mid-green shiny leaves that are darker on top and paler on the underside. Common Laurel is generally grown as a hedge plant although it is also an excellent small specimen tree for a dark corner. Laurel is an ideal screen or noise barrier as it makes a thick, pollution tolerant hedge, perfect for roadside planting - its heavy leaves block out light and deaden sound. Laurel is also first rate cover for game and small animals for all the same reasons except here its heavy foliage reduces wind chill and retains heat. If left untrimmed, Common Laurel produces fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by poisonous red/black cherry-like fruit which give it its other name of Cherry Laurel.


Aucuba japonica – Spotted Laurel

A versatile evergreen shrub for almost anywhere in the garden. Slow-growing, it will only reach 1.8m (6ft) after ten years if left unpruned. Like all aucuba varieties, `Crotonifolia` will grow in shade - although its gold-blotched and finely-speckled leaves colour best in full sun.


Aucuba japonica

Aucuba. This is a rare, semi-dwarf, dense shrub. It is evergreen and has attractive, small, dark green leaves. It is a self fertile form and in late autumn it has lots of showy, bright red/orange fruit. Its small size makes it suitable to most sizes of garden and it can make an extremely attractive shrub for shady areas. Suitable for a position in sun or shade and most reasonably well drained soils. It is hardy and will reach a height of 1-1.5 m and a spread of 1-1.5 m in 5-8 years.


Yew has been used for many centuries as a hedging conifer. Although it is slow growing it clips well and forms a dense hedge.


Photinia Red Robin

Evergreen. New foliage is vivid red which turns dark glossy green. Ht. 2.5m. Spread. 2m. Trim for regular red foliage. Makes an attractive hedge.


NEW Photinia x fraseri ‘Camilvy’

This photinia appears to be more tolerant of slightly windier, wetter sites. It has a naturally more compact habit. Foliage – deeper burgundy-red new foliage. Height: 200cm by 150cm after approx 4 years. Makes an excellent hedging plant for sunny positions if kept regularly clipped.

Buxus sempervirens

Buxus is a dense, evergreen screen of small, rounded, lustrous, dark green leaves. Common box makes a fabulous formal hedge for a partially shady site.

Fagus sylvatica - Common Beech

A superb plant for hedging with green leaves that turn a rich copper in autumn. Retaining the brown leaves through winter and only loosing them when the new foliage appears in spring. It will make a lovely formal hedge that also acts as an excellent windbreak. Pack of 10 plants approx 60cms tall.


Ligustrum ovalifolium

Fast growing dense hedge with medium sized leaves and clusters of creamy-white flowers in July, attractive to insects. Shade tolerant. Very fast growing and dense hedge. Normally evergreen but may loose leaves in very cold winters.


Common Holly. An evergreen shrub with spiny glossy, wavy margined, dark green leaves. Insignificant flowers in summer producing long lasting red berries in autumn. Height 25m. Spread 8m. Flower colour Cream. Flowers from May to June. Fruit colour Red. Fruits from September Evergreen. Foliage colour Green. Hardy.

Elaeganus x ebbingii ‘Limelight’

Evergreen, variegated-leaf shrub with tough, leathery leaves that have a central splash of yellow. In late Summer they bear small fragrant flowers. Can be planted as a hedge in small gardens. Grows up to 6-8ft.

Low Hedging

Grevillea is an Australian spiky evergreen shrub. It is sun loving and flowers from II to VI

Berberis Julinae

This is a dense, strong growing, evergreen shrub which creates an excellent, inpenetrable hedge bearing very long thorns and spiny margins to the leaves. It bears clusters of yellow flowers in late spring which are sometimes red-tinged at the edges. Foliage is glossy, dark green and turns red in autumn. Fully hardy. 3m x 3m
Other types of berberis available. Please call to find out or check shrubs list

Lonicera Maygreen (Lonicera nitida Maigrun)

Lively, dense, spreading evergreen shrub, with angular branches clothed with masses of small bright mid-green, glossy leaves which are held in all but the severest winters. Funnel-shaped cream-white flowers in late spring are followed by clusters of translucent violet berries in autumn which provide excellent bird food. Good ground cover plant, tolerant of dense shade. Height 2ft (60cm).

Leucothoe hybrid ‘Carinella’

An attractive valued for the changing colour of its leaves. In winter the plant becomes dark purple red. Fully hardy and ideal border plant. Will reach 50 cm height. Tolerates sun and shade. Small white flowers appear in April and May.

Pyracantha ‘Orange Charmer’

Firethorn. A vigorous bushy shrub with arching branches of glossy bright green leaves. Clusters of white flowers are produced in early summer followed by dark orange berries. Height 3m. Spread 3m. Flower colour White. Flowers from June to July. Fruit colour Orange. Fruits from July Evergreen. Foliage colour Green. Hardy.

Pyracantha ‘Teton’

Firethorn. A vigorous upright shrub with glossy bright green leaves with wavy margins. Clusters of white flowers are produced in early summer followed by orange-yellow berries. Height 5m. Spread 3m. Flower colour White. Flowers from June to July. Fruit colour Orange, Yellow. Fruits from July Evergreen.  Foliage colour Green. Hardy.



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