Bamboo For Screening

Bamboo Hedges and Screening.
One of the most revered ‘woods’ in Chinese culture, bamboo has been robustly embraced by garden designers in the UK for the creation of contemporary gardens and Japanese style gardens,
It has proved especially useful in urban gardens where space is at a premium and the bonus is that bamboo creates a very elegant solution to so many screening problems. Read more Bamboo For Screening

Ultimate Screening Bamboo – Semiarundinaria Fastuosa Bamboo, 4 Metres tall!

SPECIAL OFFER – Buy 10x 4 Metre Tall Semiarundinaria Fastuosa Bamboo Plants for £1,450 (save 25%!)

Incredibly popular due to their stately erect habit (Fastuosa), these bamboos are very popular among those in need of evergreen screening. Read more Ultimate Screening Bamboo – Semiarundinaria Fastuosa Bamboo, 4 Metres tall!

Plants for Contemporary Gardens

Contemporary Gardens - The Porsche Gardens by Flemons & Warland (cloud trees supplied by Paramount Plants)
Contemporary Gardens – The Porsche Gardens by Flemons & Warland (cloud trees supplied by Paramount Plants)

We’re pretty sure you don’t need us to tell you that modern life is stressful. We live in a fast-paced world, where everybody wants something and they want it now! With this in mind, it is all the more important to have a quiet place that you can escape to. Read more Plants for Contemporary Gardens

Best for Hedges – Why We Choose Yew Hedging

Why choose Yew for hedging?
Known as the ‘King of Hedges’ Yew is a native tree of the UK – Taxus Baccatta was traditionally planted in churchyards and left untouched they have now become some of the oldest trees in the country. The stuff of folklore – stories abound as to why and where they were planted in ancient times, whatever the reason we now have a legacy of beautiful old gnarled trees gently growing older in ancient churchyards and stately homes.

Ancient Yew Hedge at Standen Gardens in Sussex
Ancient Yew Hedge at Standen Gardens in Sussex

Read more Best for Hedges – Why We Choose Yew Hedging