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Best Evergreen Hedges | Top 5 Plants for a Garden Hedge

Sunday, 30 August 2020 08:00:00 Europe/London

An evergreen hedge in your garden can provide you with year-round interest and privacy. Here are our top 5 evergreen hedges.

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Posted By Laura Hogevold & Roger Eavis

An established hedge will not blow down in the wind like a fence, it does not need painting, won’t go rotten and will last a lifetime if trimmed regularly.  Most hedges only need to be pruned once a year and if they are kept to the same height as a fence panel, i.e. 6ft, they are easy to maintain with a hedgetrimmer and there is no need to go on a wobbly ladder.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Coronavirus | COVID-19

Tuesday, 24 March 2020 11:31:43 Europe/London

EVERGREENHEDGING.com is continuing to trade as normal. You can still order hedging plants online for delivery via courier. Our garden centre, Greenshutters, is now closed until further notice.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Last chance this spring to plant our rootballed hedging plants

Saturday, 14 March 2020 07:00:00 Europe/London

During winter and early spring, you can plant rootballed hedging plants. These are plants that are grown in a field (rather than in pots) and are dug with a ball of soil around the roots. They are then wrapped in hessian and can be planted as they are to form a hedge. Once plants start to grow, they can no longer be dug from the field so we have to stop selling rootballed plants. 

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Posted By Roger Eavis

When is the best time to cut or trim a Laurel hedge?

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 15:08:00 Europe/London

Late spring or early summer is the best time to trim most hedges including laurel and leylandii hedges. You can prune a laurel hedge...

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Why autumn is a good time to plant hedging

Monday, 24 June 2019 14:30:39 Europe/London

Autumn is a great time to plant hedging. The advantage of planting in autumn is that the soil has near-perfect conditions. It is warm, moist and easy to dig. This gives the hedging plants enough time to begin establishing their roots before winter.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

When can I plant a hedge and what time of year is best?

Monday, 4 March 2019 08:00:00 Europe/London

You can plant container or pot-grown hedging plants at any time of year as long as you water any that are planted during the growing season

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Leylandii - The best hedge to filter out air pollution

Thursday, 14 February 2019 08:25:00 Europe/London

Leylandii was shown to be the best filter of particulates according to a study from the Universities of Southampton.and Sussex and were 40% better at capturing particulate matter than the native trees tested due to the ‘finer, more complex structure of their foliage’.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Laurel Hedging Plants for sale again

Friday, 4 November 2016 11:58:20 Europe/London

We are now happy to report that we have new batches of Laurel hedging plants available for sale again.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Large Leylandii | New batches ready for sale

Monday, 3 October 2016 13:31:57 Europe/London

We have been growing on some larger Leylandii 9ft, 10ft, 11ft and 12ft tall (2.5-2.75m up to 3.5-3.75m) and they are now ready for sale.  

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Posted By Roger Eavis

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Showing 1 to 10 of 24 total

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Best Evergreen Hedges | Top 5 Plants for a Garden Hedge

Sunday, 30 August 2020 08:00:00 Europe/London

An evergreen hedge in your garden can provide you with year-round interest and privacy. Here are our top 5 evergreen hedges.

Read More
Posted By Laura Hogevold & Roger Eavis

An established hedge will not blow down in the wind like a fence, it does not need painting, won’t go rotten and will last a lifetime if trimmed regularly.  Most hedges only need to be pruned once a year and if they are kept to the same height as a fence panel, i.e. 6ft, they are easy to maintain with a hedgetrimmer and there is no need to go on a wobbly ladder.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Coronavirus | COVID-19

Tuesday, 24 March 2020 11:31:43 Europe/London

EVERGREENHEDGING.com is continuing to trade as normal. You can still order hedging plants online for delivery via courier. Our garden centre, Greenshutters, is now closed until further notice.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Last chance this spring to plant our rootballed hedging plants

Saturday, 14 March 2020 07:00:00 Europe/London

During winter and early spring, you can plant rootballed hedging plants. These are plants that are grown in a field (rather than in pots) and are dug with a ball of soil around the roots. They are then wrapped in hessian and can be planted as they are to form a hedge. Once plants start to grow, they can no longer be dug from the field so we have to stop selling rootballed plants. 

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

When is the best time to cut or trim a Laurel hedge?

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 15:08:00 Europe/London

Late spring or early summer is the best time to trim most hedges including laurel and leylandii hedges. You can prune a laurel hedge...

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Why autumn is a good time to plant hedging

Monday, 24 June 2019 14:30:39 Europe/London

Autumn is a great time to plant hedging. The advantage of planting in autumn is that the soil has near-perfect conditions. It is warm, moist and easy to dig. This gives the hedging plants enough time to begin establishing their roots before winter.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

When can I plant a hedge and what time of year is best?

Monday, 4 March 2019 08:00:00 Europe/London

You can plant container or pot-grown hedging plants at any time of year as long as you water any that are planted during the growing season

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Leylandii - The best hedge to filter out air pollution

Thursday, 14 February 2019 08:25:00 Europe/London

Leylandii was shown to be the best filter of particulates according to a study from the Universities of Southampton.and Sussex and were 40% better at capturing particulate matter than the native trees tested due to the ‘finer, more complex structure of their foliage’.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Laurel Hedging Plants for sale again

Friday, 4 November 2016 11:58:20 Europe/London

We are now happy to report that we have new batches of Laurel hedging plants available for sale again.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Large Leylandii | New batches ready for sale

Monday, 3 October 2016 13:31:57 Europe/London

We have been growing on some larger Leylandii 9ft, 10ft, 11ft and 12ft tall (2.5-2.75m up to 3.5-3.75m) and they are now ready for sale.  

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

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