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Creating two levels of hedging by underplanting the raised hedge: a formal low-clipped boxwood hedge under the raised hedge of Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'. Both are evergreen, creating great year-round interest.

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TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones so you can choose whichever suits you best. Hedges are a necessary part of every garden, providing privacy, blocking wind or even buffering noise. But most importantly edges provide structure to your garden. Hedging plants are usually budget friendly especially if you buy them bare-rooted.

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from SF Gate

How to Use Photinia for a Hedge

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TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones so you can choose whichever suits you best. Hedges are a necessary part of every garden, providing privacy, blocking wind or even buffering noise. But most importantly edges provide structure to your garden. Hedging plants are usually budget friendly especially if you buy them bare-rooted.

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Leptospermum 'Fore Shore' species laevigatum. Low Native Hedge. 50cm high x 100 wide. his plant is the perfective alternative to traditional English Box hedging!

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from HGTV

Create and Care for a Lavender Hedge

Get step-by-step instructions for planting and maintaining a lavender hedge at HGTV.com.

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Impact Plants supplies living green screens, instant screens of ivy growing on wiremesh supplied. Living fence panels and hedging screens.

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Leylandii Hedge- Leylandii is a conifer that is the fastest –growing, evergreen, hedging plant and will create a hedge quickly. Because it is fast growing, it is generally the cheapest way of forming an evergreen hedge and hence the most popular.

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Edible Hedge Mix. Elder, Cherry Plum,Hazel, Blackthorn,and Crab Apple. These 60/90cm hedge plants are sold in packs of 50.

Laurel HedgeLaurel is the quickest growing evergreen shrub, so if you don't want a conifer hedge, Laurel is the quickest and cheapest way of creating an evergreen garden hedge. Laurels will also provide the most instant hedging as the taller sizes (4ft, 5ft and 6ft) are bushy and can often create an instant screen if planted close enough.

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