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Alder (Alnus Glutinosa)

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Alder or Alnus Glutinosa is a native deciduous hedging plant. This native variety is popular as part of a native mixed hedgerow, it is a very wildlife friendly species and extremelly hardy and will do well in all soil types and locations, this adaptable variety will even tolerate water logged locations.

Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

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Beech or Fagus Sylvatica is one of the most popular native hedges in UK. Famous for its magnificent autumn colour, green leaves in summer turn a copper like colour in the autumn and although a deciduous variety it can retain some foliage to offer some coverage over the winter months (subject to weather and exposed locations).

Bird Cherry (Prunus Padus)

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Bird cherry or Prunus Padus is a native hedging plant that is popular in a mixed native hedge. This deciduous variety has white flowers in spring followed by berries in the summer making this popular with local wildlife.

Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa)

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Blackthorn or Prunus Spinosa is a popular native decidous hedging variety most commonly used in a mixed native hedgerow.

Crab Apple (Malus Sylvestris)

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Crab apple or Malus Sylvestris is a native deciduous hedge plant. It has lovely pink flowering in the spring and summer before berries in the autumn making this popular with local wildlife.

Dog Rose (Rosa Canina)

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Dog rose or Rosa Canina is a native deciduous hedge plant. It has lovely pink and white flower in the summer followed by berries in the autumn, a popular wildlife friendly variety that helps give shelter and food.

Elder (Sambucus)

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Elder or Sambucus is a native deciduous hedging plant. Elder flowers in summer and is followed by black elder berries which are rich in vitamin C in the autumn.

Hazel (Corylus Avellana)

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Hazel or Corylus Avellana is a native deciduous hedging plant. Most commonly used in a mixed native hedge this is wildlife friendly variety which flowers in spring and nuts that are ripe in september that the squirrels love.

Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)

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Hornbeam or Carpinus Betulus is a popular native hedge that produces wonderful autumn colour similar to Beech hedging. A nice dense green screen in summer that is a great wind and noise break, turning a copper colour in the autumn and can retain some foliage throughout the winter depending on weather and if exposed.

Yew (Taxus Baccata)

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Yew or Taxus Baccata is an evergreen, elegant, traditional British hedging plant that is steeped in history. The compact nature and leaf structure makes for a wonderful formal hedging plant that is also popular for topiary and shaping.