Here’s a quick rundown of hedging & edging plants for 2017. They include both new varieties coming during the year and some deserving another look…
Winter Planting at Hedge Xpress
Hedging & Edging Plants for 2017: Western Red Cedar
Western Red Cedar is assuredly establishing itself as a popular and practical hedging plant. An excellent choice in its own right, it is also the perfect – and our recommended – alternative to Leylandii
Winter Flowering Hedging & Edging Plants for 2017
If your garden doesn’t currently contain any winter flowering plants, now’s the time to plant some so you will be able to enjoy their flowers and fragrance this time next year. Just click on their for more information:
- Sarcococca confusa AGM (Sweet Box)
- Sarcococca ruscifolia (Christmas Box)
- Elaeagnus × ebbingei
- Elaeagnus x ebbingei ‘Limelight’
Winter Flowering Hedging & Edging Plants for 2017 – and Your New Home
If you’re moving home in 2017, have a look at our tips for hedge planting in a new garden (click HERE). People obviously have different priorities when moving and if your garden is one of them, these simple suggestions can help make your new garden a great place to be – and may well save you money.
Hedging & Edging Plants for 2017: Lavenders
We’re introducing three fabulous new varieties in good time for spring planting: Lavandula angustifolia ‘Miss Katherine’ AGM; Lavandula angustifolia ‘Little Lady’ AGM and Lavender x intermedia ‘Edelweiss’. Full information about these delightful plants will be on the website in early March.
And we’re continuing to sell Air-Pot grown Lavenders – for further information and details on buying click HERE
Native Farm Hedging
Native Farm Hedging (also called Paddock or Rural Hedging) is primarily planted to delineate the perimeters and internal enclosures of fields; plots and paddocks and, of course, of larger gardens. Our selection brings together a selection of traditional, native hedging plants that also qualify for agri-environment schemes including the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme. Click on the link to discover more.