Hawthorn: Hawthorn hedging is a fast-growing, deciduous native hedge plant, also known as May Flower, Quickthorn, or by its Latin name Crataegus monogyna. It is a popular component of native hedgerows and a haven for wildlife. Has white blossoms and red fruits.
Blackthorn: Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa) as a prickly, deciduous hedging plant that provides seasonal interest, producing white flowers in the spring and sloes in the autumn. Also wildlife friendly.
Hornbeam: Hornbeam hedging, also known by its Latin name, Carpinus betulus – is a popular and classic hedge. It is known for its lush green serrated leaves that makes a dense screen, bringing privacy and security to your garden, as well as providing an effective barrier against noise and wind. Wildlife friendly.
Hazel: Hazel, also known as Corylus avellana, is a native deciduous hedging plant, suitable both as a component in a mixed native hedge or as a single species hedge. It has distinctive pale yellow fluffy catkins January to Match and is wildlife friendly.
Dog Rose: Dog Rose hedging – also known as Wild Rose or by its Latin name Rosa canina – is a lovely flowering hedge that bursts with delicately-scented pink and white flowers in early summer that give way to berry-like red rose hips in autumn, which are very popular with birds. Dog Rose is a hardy, native shrub that is notable for its vigorous and prickly growing habit.
Field Maple: The fast-growing Field Maple, also known as Acer campestre, is the only maple native to the UK. Field Maple is a deciduous flowering plant, bearing winged fruit during autumn. Its flowers are excellent for bees.
Wild Cherry: Wild Cherry is a great addition to a mixed native hedge and its flowers attract lots of wildlife.