Yew Hedges

In our popular culture, the yew may play second fiddle to the oak, but when it comes to hedging, the yew stands supreme. It is the hedging plant. Perhaps the only truly native shrub, yew produces a handsome, longstanding screen, providing full privacy with a soft green backdrop. It is slower growing than other conifers, unless copiously watered in which case assume 25cm per annum when established.  However, patience will be rewarded with an easily managed tight (and exceptionally robust) garden hedge – it can survive even the most severe pruning.

Hedge Xpress Yew Hedge Range