Autumn is officially here. Rootball hedging has landed.

Autumn is officially here.  Rootball hedging has landed.

Autumn is officially here.  Rootball hedging has landed. 

Rootball Taxus, Thuja, Ilex, Prunus and Buxus are now in stock and looking mighty fine.  Time to get planting and quoting. 

We source quality plants that have good heavy rootballs and are perfect for hedging choices.  We often get asked about quantity of plants required per linear metre.  Our table below will give you guidelines on how many to use. 

Name

Info

Height

Retail £

Qty / m

Buxus sempervirens

Slow growing.  Ideal for hedging. 

50-60cm

£22.50

3

Ilex crenata ‘Caroline Upright’

An excellent choice for hedging.  Requires an ericaceous soil.  

50-60cm

£25.00

3

Prunus laur.  ‘Elly’

A new variety with very slender growth and dark green foliage.  Excellent for hedging.  Eventual height 3m.  Perfect where space is limited

175-200cm

£130.00

2-3

Prunus laur.  ‘Rotundifolia’

A popular hedging choice.  Large leaved evergreen hedging option

175-200cm

£120.00

2-3

Prunus lus.  ‘Myrtifolia’

Neat compact upright habit.  Ideal for hedging. 

150-175cm

£100.00

2-3

175-200cm

£150.00

2-3

Taxus baccata

Medium sized conifer.  Popular hedging choice.  Excellent hedging plant.  Grows well drained in chalk or acid soils, in sun or shade.

60-80cm

£27.50

2

80-100cm

£35.00

2-3

100 -120cm

£42.50

2-3

120-140cm

£65.00

2

140-160cm

N/A stock

2

160-180cm

£170.00

2

180-200cm

£250.00

2

Taxus x media ‘Hillii’

Male form.  No berries.  Very dense columnar bush.  Slow growing

80-100cm

£42.50

3

Thuja plicata ‘Martin’. 

Ideal for hedging.  Narrow columnar form.  Height 6m.  Spread 2m

100-120cm

£30.00

2-3

Alongside our rootball hedging we are also offering some excellent rootball topiary ball options. 

Name

Info

Dia

Retail £

Ilex crenata ‘Caroline Upright’

Dark green foliage.   Compact growth.  Requires an ericaceous soil.  

30-35cm

£42.00

 

    

Specimen Prunus root ball hedging                                Prunus lau.  Elly                   Prunus lus.  Myrtifolia