View our complete selection of hedging plants listed alphabetically by common plant name, if you know what you’re looking for you can scroll directly to it or simply browse our informative pages by species to help you choose.
Our hedging is available in a range of different root types which can be found on each species page to ensure you get the right plant for your garden.
If you aren’t sure which type of hedge would suit your plot, why not take a look at our choosing the right hedge page where we have listed lots of suitable species for many situations and purposes to help you make the right choice.
You can order securely online but should you need a little extra help or advice then give our experienced sales team a call on 01580 765600 (everyone in our sales team has worked outside on the nursery so they know their hedges!) They would also be delighted to give you a bespoke quote if you need a lot of plants.
This tough little evergreen shrub is grown for its attractive felted grey foliage, a foil for the bright yellow daisy flowers that appear in Summer. Drought and wind tolerant, good low maintenance space fillers or an interesting small flowering hedge.
Fuchsia magellanica is the hardy variety often seen growing as hedges in milder localities. In flower virtually from Spring until Autumn, the slender violet and scarlet flowers give colour over a long period. good as a shrub or hedge.
We stock a wide selection of these popular evergreen shrubs in a range of colours. Use them for small evergreen flowering hedges, mixed borders or as ground cover. All grow well by the sea but prefer a little shelter from the coldest weather when planted inland.
We have a great selection of these fragrant plants suitable for hedges or border planting from the earlier flowering 'French' Lavender, the classic 'English' varieties and the later flowering 'Intermedia' types.
These very popular evergreen shrubs are prized for their attractive evergreen foliage that contrasts with the characteristic black stems. Use them for hedges, back of border shrubs or even ground cover.
A beautiful twining woody plant with deliciously fragrant white star shaped flowers. Trachelospermum is a climber requiring support, great for covering sunny walls, fences or other structures, or even as ground cover!
Willows are easy to grow plants particularly suited to wet sites, we stock the graceful weeping willow as well as the Osier, Golden and Scarlet willows valued for their stem colour, especially in winter.