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The UK's Leading Specialists For Mature Trees & Shrubs

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Mature Trees, Shrubs, Hedging, Screening Plants and Tree Ferns

We provide many hedging options and offers... Some of our most popular plants are used for hedging - we've designed these new sections on our website to make your decisions much easier to make - do you need Fast Growing Hedges? Above Fence Screening? Or want to encourage more wildlife into your garden? Speak to our expert team for advice on the best hedging solutions.
Paramount Plants & Gardens is a plant nursery specialising in mature specimen plants, garden design and landscaping. Situated in Crews Hill, North London, UK. This London plant centre is the ideal one stop shop for plant enthusiasts or novice gardeners. Our staff have specialist knowledge of the plants we sell and can advise which plants will be suitable for all your garden needs. We specialise in fully mature hardy plants including trees, large shrubs, bamboos, topiary, acersferns, palms, climbers and evergreen screening trees.
For a free garden design consultation, please call our sales team to book an appointment. Our website shows the range of plants we offer but we would recommend a visit to the nursery in person to view the extensive plants we have in stock and to discuss any garden project, large or small and any budget. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any plant or garden design/landscaping enquiry on tel: 0208 367 8809.

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