These hedging plants will bear tight clipping making them suitable for a neat, low edge to formal beds or to create different 'rooms' within your garden.
Bareroot hedging | mid-November to March
Bareroot hedging is only available while the plants are dormant from mid-November to March. You can learn more about the differences between bareroot and potted plants and about planting a bareroot hedge in our advice section.
Potted hedging | all year round
Potted hedging is available all year, but the best selection, and the best time to plant, is in late spring (April to May) and early autumn (September to October).