• Buxus Sempervirens “Box”

    5.9520.00
    There are numerous benefits and reasons why gardeners choose to buy Box hedging. This species of plant is native, shade tolerant and suitable for most soil types and sites other than wet or windy. Box hedging is a versatile, classic hedge that is favoured by gardeners for its dense and leafy appearance. Buxus sempervirens is slow-growing hedge plant, but extremely manageable in terms of upkeep and it can be easily trimmed and maintained to keep the desired shape. People also prefer to buy box hedging because it provides a stunning, green privacy screen if grown to height.With box hedging being so versatile and embracing a magnificent appearance, this species has a universal appeal in both urban and large formal garden situations. It's a fantastic shrub for creating hedge borders, partitions, green walling (mazes and pathways) and beautiful and intricate parterre knotwork gardens. Buxus sempervirens is one of our favourite species of hedging, as it has a multitude of possible combinations for shape, height and use, which is why it's consistently one of our top ten selling species of hedge plant. Buxus sempervirens has dense, small, round, dark evergreen leaves with an average growth rate of approx 10-15cm per annum. Planting: every 20 cm - 40 cm Soil: Well drained Size: 1 litre pot
  • A lovely small to medium sized dome shaped evergreen shrub, oval lime green foliage arranged in pairs up the stem, providing a lovely foil to the masses of bright blue flowers that are produced in mid summer. Height & Spread: 90 cm x 90 cm Soil: Well drained Position: Full Sun or partial shade Flowering Month: June, July, August Size: 2 litre pot
  • Rosemary

    3.004.50
    Evergreen rosemary is an attractive evergreen shrub with needle-like leaves and brilliant blue flowers. The flowers of evergreen rosemary persist through spring and summer, filling the air with a nice piney fragrance. This beautiful herb, mostly used for seasoning dishes, is also commonly used as ornamental plantings in the landscape.
  • Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ has very finely cut, almost black foliage, which is the perfect foil to the pink-flushed blooms. In autumn, its leaves turn a rich red. To produce the best coloured leaves, prune plants back to ground level every year in early spring. It works well when planted on its own or as part of a hedge. For best results, grow Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ in moist but well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. However, it will tolerate waterlogged or very chalky ground. Mature Size: 6 m x 6 m
  • Juneberry is deciduous flowering shrub or small tree with bronze-tinged young leaves turning orange and red in autumn. White flowers in short lax racemes as the leaves unfurl. Fruit a red to dark purple-black berry, soon eaten by birds. Bare Rooted   Sizes and Prices: 15-24 inch (40-60 cm)       2.5 eur 24-35 inch (60-90 cm)       3 eur 35-48 inch (90-120 cm)      5 eur
  • Juneberry is deciduous flowering shrub or small tree with bronze-tinged young leaves turning orange and red in autumn. White flowers in short lax racemes as the leaves unfurl. Fruit a red to dark purple-black berry, soon eaten by birds. Bare Rooted   Sizes and Prices: 15-24 inch (40-60 cm)       2.5 eur 24-35 inch (60-90 cm)       3 eur 35-48 inch (90-120 cm)      5 eur
  • It is a vigorous, bushy deciduous shrub with rounded, deep reddish-purple leaves which become deep red in autumn; small red-tinged pale yellow flowers are followed by glossy red berries. Grows in any well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. Sunlight: Partial Shade, full sun Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Loam, Chalk This is a bare root plant
  • Cornus alba

    1.502.00
    Flowering time: Flowering dogwoods flower in late spring to early summer Planting time: October to March Aspect: Full sun to partial shade Hardiness: Fully hardy to frost hardy Difficulty: Easy
  • 'Elegantissima' is a bushy deciduous medium-sized shrub to 3m, with deep red stems and grey-green, white-margined narrowly ovate leaves to 10cm in length. Flowers small, creamy-white, in flat heads; berries white. Will grow in most soil conditions in sun or partial shade. Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Loam
  • 'Kesselringii' is a vigorous deciduous shrub forming a thicket of upright dark red shoots which become blackish-purple in winter, with oval leaves turning red and purple in autumn; small cream flowers are followed by white berries. Will grow in most soil conditions in sun or partial shade. Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Loam
  • Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’

    2.003.00
    Sibirica' is a medium-sized suckering deciduous shrub forming a thicket of slender red stems, becoming bright crimson in winter. Leaves ovate, turning reddish in autumn, flowers small, cream, in flat heads; berries bluish-white. Will grow in most soil conditions in sun or partial shade. Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay
  • Flaviramea' is a suckering medium-sized deciduous shrub, forming thickets of greenish-yellow stems brightest in winter. Leaves ovate, turning red or orange in autumn; flowers small, off-white, in small clusters, followed by white berries. Will grow in most soil conditions. Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
  • Cotoneaster franchetii is a shrub up to 3m high with a graceful shape of arching branches, evergreen or semi-evergreen leaves 3cm long, glossy grey-green above with white undersides, and clusters in early summer of 5-15 flowers which are white tinged outside with pink, followed by oblong orange-scarlet fruits; the flowers are attractive to bees. Grow in full sun or partial shade in any soil that is well-drained; for hedging, plant 30-35cm apart. Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay, Chalk
  • Cotoneaster lacteus is a large evergreen shrub with arching branches bearing oval leaves to 6cm in length, white-hairy beneath. Large clusters of small white flowers are followed by small red berries. Grow in well-drained, dry situations in full sun or partial shade. Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
  • Cotoneaster simonsii is a large, upright, semi-evergreen shrub with small, glossy oval or elliptic leaves and white flowers, followed by rather large, bright scarlet berries in autumn. Sunlight: Full sun Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered Moisture: Well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
  • Crataegus laevigata is a small thorny deciduous tree with glossy, pinnately lobed leaves, and corymbs of creamy-white flowers in late spring, followed by red fruit in early autumn. Useful specimen trees for town, coastal or exposed gardens. Can be used for hedging. Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade Exposure: Exposed or sheltered Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained Soil: Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam