Hedging Plants from the UK's leading supplier
hedgingtoyourdoor.co.uk is a new concept in the supply of all types of hedging delivered straight to your door!
We supply many, many different types of hedging.
Bareroot hedging is very popular during the winter months when plants are dormant and can be removed from the ground without any soil around the roots.
Native hedging like Hawthorn, Field Maple, Spindle, Hazel and Dogrose, to name but a few, are almost always supplied bare rooted in the winter months (November to March). To make a solid, stock proof hedge within a couple of years after planting we recommend planting 5 plants per linear metre in a double staggered row. Before ordering measure the distance of your new hedge and then multiply by five to arrive at the required number of plants. Evergreen hedging is widely planted not only as a boundary, but also to provide privacy and shelter from the wind. Laurel, Privet, Holly and Leylandii are all popular for this purpose. The fast growing hedge is always regarded as Leylandii, but Laurel is also a good, fast grower that will not need quite as much maintenance.
Hedges are increasingly being used as a means of security, especially in secluded rear gardens where thieves often gain access. The sharp, spiny type plants such as Hawthorn, Dogrose or Holly are most suited to this purpose – much cheaper than a security fence!
Have a look at all the options on hedgingtoyourdoor.co.uk and then select your plants. If you have predators, such as rabbits, squirrels or deer you will need to consider some form of protection. Spiral guards supported by bamboo canes are a very good, cost effective protection from rabbits. For deer you will need to consider the taller type of tree shelter, supported by a stout stake.
Hedge supplies within 48 hours
Once you have completed your order and confirmed payment your plants will be delivered, usually within 48 hours (not including weekends & Bank Holidays), right to your door!
Please email us (via our Contact Us page) with any questions you may have. We will be pleased to try and help in anyway we can.