English Holly (Ilex Aquifolium) is a native plant species with very prickly, dark green leaves and gorgeous red berries. Holly is often used to give a deciduous mixed native hedge some evergreen content but it’s also very popular as a classy single species hedge.
Berberis Thunbergii Plant – Atropurpurea Berberis Thunbergii Plant – Tiny Gold Acer Palmatum Plant – Starfish Wil je mooie volwassen planten vermeerderen zodat de nieuwe planten dezelfde eigenschappen hebben? Dan kan je stekken nemen van wortels, stelen of bladeren van de plant. Bomen: Japanse esdoorn (Acer palmatum) Japanse esdoorn Acer palmatum soorten ziektes bij bomen verwelken van de takken bladeren
The Box hedge plant (Buxus Sempervirens) is the most popular species for luxury low hedging. This evergreen hedging plant is perfect for hedges from 50cm up to 1.5m and is ideal for topiary.
English Holly 20/40cm 2L pot x 75 – English Holly is a beautiful and versatile evergreen, famous for its prickly leaves, red berries and attractive aesthetic. It is slow growing, so needs little maintenance, its dense form and prickly leaves are a good intruder deterrent and it.
Euonymus Plant – Emerald Gaiety Genus name is an ancient Greek name referring to plants of this genus. Specific epithet honors Scottish horticulturist and plant collector in China Robert Fortune (1812-1880). ‘Emerald Gaiety’ is a variegated, shrubby form with a spreading habit that typically grows to 3-5’ tall over time. Berberis Thunbergii Plant – Atropurpurea Berberis Thunbergii Plant – Tiny
Ask the gardener: Hedges – They were grown from cuttings in pots and I planted them.
We have an Escallonia hedge about 20 years old. This year 2 stretches of some 3ft have died back leaving growth at the top in a proportion.