Root balled Hedging plants are field grown plants that are well established over years of growing and will give a much more instant effect versius the bare root field grown alternative, as they are field grown plants they are only available to plant from November until April when the plants go dormant. These are mature established plants that are scooped out of the growing fields, wrapped in biodegradable covering to protect the rootballs and despatched out to you on pallets across the UK. Available in a wide range of varieties and are a cost effective way of acheiving an instant hedge on day one. We understand Root ball plants might seem more complicated than planting the likes of pot grown plants so we are more than happy to help advise and guide you through your order, please call or email us for any advice.

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Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

£1.39£29.99
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).

Box (Buxus Sempervirens)

£2.99£24.99
Box or Buxus is most commonly used for creating a low formal hedge. With many benefits Box is native, Evergreen

Cherry Laurel (Prunus Rotundifolia)

£2.99£29.99
Cherry Laurel or Prunus Rotundifolia is the most popular evergreen hedging plant in the UK. The glossy evergreen leaves, quick growth rate and the density in which it grows makes it extremely popular for creating screenage.

Portuguese Laurel (Prunus Lusitanica)

£30.00£49.99
Portuguese Laurel or Prunus Lusitanica is a very popular evergreen hedging plant that has smaller darker leaves than the common cherry laurel.

Privet (Ligustrum Ovalifolium)

£1.89£29.99
Privet or Ligustrum Ovalifolium is a popular evergreen Hedging plant. With small oval leaves this dark green hedge is popular for making dense compact hedging almost box like when mature, although it is evergreen it can when young or during extreme cold spells drop it leaves.

Western Red Cedar (Thuja)

£14.99£19.99
Western red cedar or Thuja is an evergreen conifer hedging plant or tree. It is a good alternative to Leylandii hedging as it doesn’t suffer from die back so is easier to maintain.

Yew (Taxus Baccata)

£2.69£59.99
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.