Potentilla Red Flowers Hedging

This is a more compact variety of shrubby cinquefoil or using its more common name Potentilla Red Ace. Coming originally from countries in Asia Japan, Russia and others this tidy little shrub does well in British gardens.

A great little shrub Potentilla Red Ace produces stunning bright red flowers with an eye catching yellow centre all summer long. The vibrant red flowers are best with a little shade as strong sunlight can fade the blooms down from crimson red to orange. The soft green leaves give the saucer shaped flowers a perfect backdrop. Dropping their leaves in winter they will rejuvenate the following spring with fresh new growth.

 If planted at 3-5 plants per metre Potentilla Red Ace will make an excellent low hedge of approximately 60cm in height or if looking to carpet a light shaded area with vibrant colour then plant 4-6 plants per square metre.  A very low maintenance shrub it is rarely affected by disease or pests and a light trim in spring will help keep its shape.

Preparing the ground prior to the bare root plants arriving will ensure they are planted within the optimum time. Bare rooted plants are usually available from November through to end of March. This can vary a little as it is weather dependant we endeavour to lift the plants in the best possible conditions.

 If you require any additional advice don’t hesitate to give our team a call and they will be more than happy to help.

 

Bare Root Hedging

These are field grown plants, lifted during the dormant season (normally November-April) and delivered ready for planting without any soil on the roots. The most cost-effective way to plant a new hedge.
  • Potentilla Red Flowers Bare Root Hedging 12/20in 30/50cm

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