Mixed Native Hedging Trough Mix 2
£47.50 ex. VAT
Thorn, Sloe, Hornbeam
These are intended to mimic the natural field hedges that you see all over the United Kingdom. They are based on hawthorn and have other plants in them that you would find in most hedgerows. They are available in 5 different mixes to give as much diversity as possible.
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Thorn, Sloe, Hornbeam
The inspiration for the Mixed Native Hedging instant hedge comes from the hedgerows that roll across the British countryside. They are a random mix of different varieties but underpinning nearly all of it is hawthorn. The mixes that we supply are 60% hawthorn with the rest made up of other varieties that are proven to perform well across nearly all of the United Kingdom. The plants in these mixes will all give good cover, shelter and food for a wide range of animals, birds and insects. Being container-grown this hedging will establish faster than the traditional way of planting a mixed hedge and due to its density, it will not need rabbit guards when planted.
The Mixed Native Hedging Instant hedge is supplied in 2 main mixes; Mix 1 is Hawthorn, Field Maple, Hazel and Mix 2 is Hawthorn, Sloe, Hornbeam. There is also 3 lesser mixes; Mix 3 Hawthorn, Crab Apple, Privet; Mix 4 Hawthorn, Elm, Rowan and Mix 5 Hawthorn, Holly, Hornbeam.
It is possible when trimming the Mixed Native Hedging instant hedge to leave certain plants un-trimmed to form small trees to add extra cover and interest to the hedge. The Best ones for leaving untrimmed are Field Maple, Sloe, Crab Apple, Rowan, Elm, Hornbeam and Holly.
The bigger the number of plants in a mixed hedge the more diversity of beneficial insects and animals that can be supported and the healthy the local area will be.
Mixed Native Hedging Trough Mix 2 is made up of Hawthorn, Sloe and Hornbeam. The Sloe sometimes also called Black Thorn is a very commonly known plant much used for hedging animals in due to its thorns, but it is also much appreciated for its fruit which go into making Sloe Gin. The Hornbeam forms a large tree if allowed to grow un-trimmed and can add great stature to a hedge and is a great host plant for wildlife. The Sloe is a early flowering plants which are very beneficial for early flying insects in the spring.
|Dimensions||100 × 20 × 70-90 cm|
|MNH Mix 2 thorn, Sloe, Hornbeam||
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