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Bare Root Hedging

The best time of year to plant your new hedge is between the months of October and February, and bare root hedges are the best value for money and the quickest to establish. Whether you opt for the good old Cherry Laurel, a beautiful beech or mixed native hedging, your hedging will grow to provide privacy for your outside space and colours that will enhance your garden all year round.

When it comes to spacing your bare root hedge plants, there are some general guidelines to follow if you want to keep things nice and simple. You’ll find guidelines for planting your bare root and potted hedge plants on the pages below. Assuming you’re keen for quick results, we’d suggest the below for bare root hedges:

  • 5 to 7 plants per metre for small plants (under 1.2m)
  • 3 to 5 plants per metre for medium height plants (1.2m to 1.5m)
  • 3 plants per metre for tall plants (over 1.5m)
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