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Very pleased with the 162 plants which were more substantial than I imagined. They seem well established with lots of fresh growth. Service was excellent... ...»
Carol Smith
Despite being tossed in the carriage box, the plants are all healthy and good looking. They will be planted this weekend to replace my box hedge which was demolished by box caterpillars... ...»
E. Goold
Just to let you know how happy I am with my delivery of 40 ilex crenata. I ordered them on a Sunday afternoon and they arrived first thing the following Tuesday. They are lovely sturdy little plants and were well packed. They are now all planted and will hopefully make a good replacement hedge fo.. ...»
Sue Blaxland
Liked the plants so much, had to have some more! .. ...»
Carol Smith
The plants arrived promptly and in a good condition. Very pleased... ...»
Simone

Native Hedging Plants

Native Hedging Plants


 

 

Planting a native hedge is not only worthwhile but a diverse and interesting garden feature in its own right. You'll achieve year-round interest in the form of berries and seeds, flowers and a varied range of foliage, not to mention the increased number of birds, insects and small mammals you will start to see in the garden. A native hedge can be kept to a formal shape if clipped regularly, or it can be left to have a wilder look.