Our Hedging section has lots of really useful information on all types of hedging plants including evergreen hedging, deciduous hedging, fast growing hedging lots more. For example Which is the fast-growing conifer hedging? Which is the best for wildlife?

Ilex Crenata Maxima – more Ilex Crenata Hedging Alternatives to Box

Ilex Crenata Hedging: Given the difficulties many UK gardeners are having with Box Hedging, we would like discuss the merits of  an Ilex Crenata Hedge or Japanese Holly Hedging as a superior alternative to box hedge.   Ilex Crenata (Japanese Holly) is best known in the UK as the perfect topiary plant. [...]

2020-04-15T13:15:45+00:00By Paramount Plants|Hedging|

Ilex Crenata Convexa Hedging – Japanese Holly Hedge: an ideal alternative to Box

Evergreen Ilex Crenata Convexa Hedging will form a neat, compact and long lasting hedge relatively quickly and it won’t get Box blight! Ilex Crenata Hedging (Japanese Holly Hedge) is a blight-free shrub that is similar in appearance to Box (Buxus Sempervirens) but is faster growing yet just as easy to [...]

2020-04-15T13:03:05+00:00By Paramount Plants|Hedging|

Fancy a mature, emerald green, fragrant hedge without the wait? Great Hedging Offers on Thuja Occidentalis Smaragd

Thuja Occidentalis Smaragd, originating from Canada is an evergreen conifer with a naturally conical shape and a very attractive light, almost luminous, emerald green colour which it keeps all year round. The beautiful foliage is also highly fragrant and the new growth tends to have a golden hue in the [...]

2020-04-15T12:58:24+00:00By Paramount Plants|Hedging|

Hedge in a hurry? Try our Mature Osmanthus False Holly Hedging

These stunning mature Osmanthus False Holly Hedging plants are perfect for use as instant hedging, standing at 2.5 to 3 metres tall. Create an instant wall of fragrant green hedging at great prices. Incredible value for plants of this maturity and quality, allowing you to enjoy an instant wall of green. [...]

2020-12-08T17:56:29+00:00By Paramount Plants|Hedging|
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