The bare root planting season is now in full swing.
We will shortly be commencing our fortieth planting season since starting business in 1978.
Over the years we have been asked on many occasions to suggest a suitable specimen tree as a memorial to a loved one.
As we are rapidly approaching autumn, the trees and plants will start to revert into a dormant state towards the end of October, signalling the start of the bareroot planting season.
Taxus baccata is the English yew most widely planted in parks and gardens, both as a specimen and as a hedge constituent.
It can be quite confusing when terms like “native” hedge are often quoted. Generally speaking, it means a traditional hedge where the constituents are all naturally occurring in the British Isles.
We’ve put togehter this guide to help you with some of the common questions we get asked about screening trees.
It is important to seek professional help when considering which plants or trees to use in your planting scheme.
Installing an instant hedge allows you to benefit from the advantages of a mature or semi-mature hedge without waiting, perhaps many years, for smaller plants to grow in size.
Japanese Maple trees provide stunning colour and vibrancy to any garden, particularly shades of red, orange and even gold in the Autumn time.