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Other HEDGING

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Other HEDGING

At Mature Hedges we have many varieties on offer. Their availability can change from time to time depending on seasonally changes. Give us a call and we will update you on other special varieties that are available for your property.

White Cedar

Thuja occ. Brabant

White Cedar – This is NOT leylandii and nor should it ever be confused with it!!! This is a wonderful hardy evergreen hedge.  It’s extremely dense habit is easily maintained and controlled due to its steady growth rate. It’s very suited to exposed sites.  And as with all evergreens it is ideal screening for privacy, shelter, security and sound 365 days a year.  We sing loud and proud with regard to this hedge’s strengths!

Hornbeam

Carbines betulus

Hornbeam – often mistaken for beech!!  It too undergoes those wonderful seasonal colour changes.  From lush green spring emergent’s, dark green summer tones, autumnal fires of orange and yellows to winter rustic browns.  In my opinion, its autumnal colour can be more impressive than beech! Hornbeam is a tough ol’ cookie and will tolerate more difficult growing conditions than beech though it doesn’t retain its winter foliage to the same extent. Hugely popular on the continent, this gem won’t be under the radar for too long!

Western Red Cedar

Thuja plicate Excelsa

Western Red Cedar – This is NOT leylandii and nor should it ever be confused with it!!! This is a wonderful hardy evergreen hedge.  Its extremely dense habit is easily maintained and controlled due to its steady growth rate. Its dark green foliage is particularly striking and similar to yew can be excellent for those clean cut lines. And as with all evergreens it is ideal screening for privacy, shelter, security and sound 365 days a year.  We cannot sing this hedge praises loud enough!!

Green Privet

Ligustrum Ovalifolium

Green privet was widely used in the past and while it fell out of ‘fashion’ it has been undergoing a real revival of late. And we can see why!  This vigorous hardy plant has a lot of character. Small dark green leaves and abundant white flowers in summer is why many people are returning to this old favourite. And as with all evergreens it is ideal screening for privacy, shelter and security 365 days a year.  Note; technically classed as a semi evergreen, this hedge may partially drop its leaves in very severe winters. In such cases it quickly greens up again in early spring. Not generally a problem in Ireland though.