Name Description Price
.

 

Contoneaster franchetii

(No common Name)

 

A really easy to grow fast growing evergreen hedge.Very versatile. It can be maintained at any height from 3 foot to 8 foot. This hedge has small grey leaves, white flowers in spring followed by orange/red berries in autumn. Grows well in wide range of soils. Has proven itself in seaside areas also. Very hardy in frost.

 

€2

.

 

Berberis t. 'pupurea'

(Purple Berberis)

 

A nice hedge with a purple leaf. Its thorns make it a good choice for keeping pets either in or out of the garden. This hedge has a deep purple leafs on thorny branches. It will grow easily on most soils. It loses it leaves in the winter. However the leaves return in early spring. Has a small yellow flower in spring. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4 

.

 

Buxus sempervirens

(Boxwood)

 

A classic evergreen hedge. Its small evergreen oval leaves make extremely suitable for shaping. A really easy to maintain low hedge. Can be used form a soft border around a lawn as well numerous other uses. Best planted at a rate of 4 to the yard. Certainly no further then 1 per foot. Buxus really benefits from good feed in spring. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4 

.

 

Cornus flavermia

(Yellow Dogwood)

 

Dogwoods provide an abundance of colour over the winter months. They very versatile and will pretty much anywhere.   It is best to trim them back hard every few years to keep the bark bright Plant one every 2 foot. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4  

.

 

Cornus siberica

(Red Dogwwod)

 

Dogwoods provide an abundance of colour over the winter months. They very versatile and will pretty much anywhere.   It is best to trim them back hard every few years to keep the bark bright Plant one every 2 foot. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4  

.

 

Craetgus monogana

(Whitethorn)

 

A really good hedge. Very valuable to wildlife. Very easy to grow. Plant at least one plant every foot. Will grow on most sites. Produces white flowers in May and Red berries in Autumn. 

 €2
.

 

Elaeagnus x ebbingei

(No Common Name)

 

A popular evergreen hedge with grey leaves that have a white underside.A funky looking hedge which does well in both coastal and inland gardens. Elaegnus creates a dense hedge. It is fairly fast growing also. Good in frost. Plant 1 every 18 inches.

 

€4  

.

 

Escallonia rubra 'Ivyeii'

(White Escallonia)

 

Glossy evergreen leaves which bear white flowers in summer. Escallonia is capable of growing on a wide range of soils. Plant one every 18 inches. Frost hardy in normal winters but not in temptures below minus 10. Excellent sea side hedge.

 

€4  

.

 

Escallonia rubra 'macrantha'

(Escallonia)

 

A very popular evergreen hedge with pink flowers and glossy green leaves. A very fast growing evergreen. Which produces a mass of pink flowers throughout the summer months. When it is in flower it is spectacular. Plant one every 18 inches. Hardy in normal winters but it will get damaged in frosts below minus ten.

 

€2.50 

.

 

Fagus s. 'Pupurea'

(Purple Beech)

 

A well known hedge. It has a purple leaf from late spring until winter then it holds copper leafs until the following spring. A classic. Purple beech is very different in colour to all the other hedges. Purple beech is quite slow growing so it is best to keep it on good soils and sites that aren't too windy. Very hardy in frost.

 

€3.50

.

 

Fagus slvatica

(Green Beech)

 

A classic. Green leaves in summer, copper leaves in winter. Beech is late to get its leafs which means it is green for six months of the year and copper for the remaining six months. Plant 1 foot apart. Very hardy in frost.

 

€2.50

.

 

Fuchsia riccartonii

(Fuchsia Hedging)

 

A really colour native hedge. Can be used anywhere you require a blast of colour. A brilliant hedging option. Fuchsias will grow happily on marginal ground and exposed sites are not a problem. Through the summer and into autumn they provide an abundance of colour. A good option for a seaside garden. Plant one every 18 inches or 2 foot. Can get damaged in frost but it recovers quickly.

€4  
.

 

Gold Leylandii

 

The ultimate fast growing evergreen. Best used when complete coverage is required quickly. When planted in fertile soil you can expect up 3 foot of growth each year. Once it is clipped every year it easy to maintain. Plant one every yard or one every two foot if you need coverage quickly. Very hardy in frost.

 

 €3

.

 

Green Leylandii

 

The ultimate fast growing evergreen. Best used when complete coverage is required quickly. When planted in fertile soil you can expect up 3 foot of growth each year. Once it is clipped every year it easy to maintain. Plant one every yard or one every two foot if you need coverage quickly. Very hardy in frost.

 

 €3

.

 

Griselinia littoralis

(Griselinia)

 

A very versatile evergreen hedge with light green oval leaves.Very easy to grow. Forms a real dense hedge which will flourish and most soils. Griselinia grows well in coastal areas. Plant one every 18 inches.

 

€2.50 

 

 

Hypericum hidcote

(St. Johns Wart)

 

A fabulous evergreen with a striking display of yellow flower in mid-summer until autumn. A very hardy colourful hedge. Plant one plant every 18 inches in either full or partial sun and enjoy many weeks of spectacular colour every year. Give it a light prune at the start of May and it will look after the rest. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4  

 

 

Ilex alaska

(Self-Fertile Holly)

 

One of the best known evergreen which bears berries. Its evergreen leaves are very thorny and provide excellent security to a property. It produces white flowers in early spring followed by red berries in winter, typically over the festive season. To form a hedge plant one every 18 inches. Very hardy in frost.

 

€4  

 

 

Ligustrum o. 'aureum'

(Golden Privet)

 

A really popular old fashioned hedging plant. A semi-evergreen hedge with green and yellow leaves. Privet makes a nice dense hedge. However its golden leaves can revert back to green any green leaves must be pruned out. Very hardy in frost.

 

€3.50 

 

 

Ligustrum ovalifolium

(Green Privet)

 

A really versatile hedge which is easy to grow. A dense evergreen hedge with white flowers. Very fast growing. Doesn't need fantastic soil to thrive. Very hardy in frost.

€2.50 
 

 

Lonicera nidta

(Boxleaf or small leaf Privet)

 

A small leafed fast growing evergreen. This old favourite produces black berries in autumn. This hedge is very common around old cottages. It is very hardy and versatile.  Grows well in most soils. A real trouble free hedge. Very hardy in frost.

€3 
 

 

O'Learia macrodonta

(Sea Holly)

 

A fast growing evergreen with holly like leaves and white flowers. Its leaves are lobed with soft spikes and it produces daisy like flowers in summer. Grows very quickly and thrives on most soils. Plant one every 18 inches. Not hardy in heavy frost. Perfect for seaside gardens.

 

€2.50 

 

 

O'Learia transversi

(No Common Name)

 

O’Learia is fantastic hedge for the maritime climate. It is very easy to grow and it always holds a nice shiny grey oval leaf. Plant one every 18 inches. Not hardy in heavy frost. Ideal for a seaside garden.

 

€2.50 

 

 

Photinia 'Red Robin'

(Red Robin)

 

A really colourful evergreen hedge. Its new growth is bright red. When the red tips turn green it is best to clip it again as this will promote new growth a hence more red tips. Plant one every 18 inches. Not so hardy in frost, but fine in normal years.

 

€4  

 

 

Prunus l. Roundtonifolia'

(Common Laurel)

 

A fast growing evergreen hedge with large glossy leaves. A real dense hedge. Provides complete coverage. Very versatile, grows well on most sites. Plant one every 18 inches, if buying mature laurels plant one every yard.

 

€2 

 

 

Prunus lustanica

(Portagesse Laurel)

 

A small leaved evergreen laurel with red branches. It is an easy to manage hedge best used in location where you only need a small hedge (3-4 foot). Plant one every 18 inches. Very hardy in frost.

€4  
 

 

Rosa rugosa 'alba'

(Wild Rose)

 

Wild rose. Makes a very hardy hedge. Produces very fragrant white flowers in June/July and bears red rose hips in autumn. Plant one every 18 inches.  

 

€4  

 

 

Rosa rugosa 'rubra'

(Wild Rose)

 

Wild rose. Makes a very hardy hedge. Produces very fragrant red flowers in June/July and bears red rose hips in autumn. Plant one every 18 inches.  

 

€4  

 

 

Thuja Brabant

(Westren Redwood Ceder)

 

A very versatile evergreen hedging. Has a similar appearance to Gold Leylandii but it is much easier to grow and maintain. Never requires staking or caning. Tolerates wet soil within reason. Hardy in frost.

 

€3

 

 

Thuja Gelderland

(Westren Red Ceder)

 

A very versatile evergreen hedging. Has a similar appearance to Green Leylandii but it is much easier to grow and maintain. Never requires staking or caning. Tolerates wet soil within reason. Hardy in frost.

 

€3