The 300 plants I ordered were delivered, beautifully packed and in perfect condition, and on the day promised. They have now been planted, to replace box edging that had succumbed to blight, and because the plants are so bushy and healthy this already gives the impression of an established edging. I.. ...»
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.