Laurels are renowned for their hardiness and density when considering using them as hedging plants.
As the festive season comes around, we often start to appreciate the holly tree for its decorative purposes.
King and Co are again delighted to supply the Father Christmas Experience at Marsh Farm for 2019.
We are delighted with our latest British-grown stock, including Photinia and Portuguese laurel.
Here is another example of our Photinia ‘Red Robin’ trees, having been installed to create garden privacy earlier this week.
This bare root hedging season, we are delighted to offer a new 100% biodegradable spiral tree guard.
Screening trees can add privacy to a garden, by blocking out lines of sight above those that a fence could hide.
King and Co are now accepting pre-orders for bare root hedging plants for the next bare root season which runs from November 2019 to March 2020.
Around 15 million trees have been planted with government funding between 2010 and 2018, but the Committee for Climate Change (CCC) has said this is not enough.
Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel tree) is a large glossy leaved evergreen tree which is very fast growing. Cherry Laurel will make a very dense form of screening becoming thicker the more it is clipped.