Taxus Baccata Field Grown (Pallet)

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Taxus baccata × 15

80-100cm tall

Taxus baccata × 12

100-120cm tall

Taxus baccata field grown × 8

120-140cm tall

Taxus baccata Field Grown × 6

140-160cm tall

Taxus baccata Field Grown × 5

160-180cm tall

Taxus baccata field grown × 5

180-200cm tall

Taxus baccata

Taxus baccata field grown hedging is the traditional way to buy these plants.  Taxus baccata field grown hedging is bushy unclipped plants that when planted at a set distance apart will give you a very good starting point for your hedge.  Field grown hedging is as the name suggest grown and cared for in the fields before being dug up with a ball of soil and wrapped in sacking and possibly wire depending on the size of the plant.  Grown this way plants have just as good a success rate than pot grown plants.

Taxus baccata field grown hedging has been used in the very best gardens of the grandest Stately Homes and Palaces for many years as it forms a brilliant back drop to any planting that is in front of it, as well as being able to be trimmed into amazing geometric and formal shapes. With regular trimming it forms a great dense evergreen hedge. It can be kept as a low hedge of around 45-60cm in height but can also be left to make a hedge in excess of 250cm in height, but at all of these heights it will still be dense. If left un-trimmed it will flower and produce a red fruit in the Autumn, but with regular trimming these will not be produced.

Taxus baccata, is also called English Yew, and is one of only 3 conifers that are native to the United Kingdom.  It can be found growing wild on chalk soils.  It is not particularly fond of sitting in wet soils and can struggle in these situations, however if the drainage is good it will happily grow in soils that are almost pure chalk through to very acidic peaty soils.

Taxus baccata hedging will add a touch of elegance to any garden that it is planted in and will form an easy to care for hedge for many years.

It has been awarded an Award of Garden merit by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1984.

We suggest the following planting distances

80-100cm and 100-120cm plant at 3 plants per metre

120-140cm plant at 2.5 plants per metre

140cm and above plant at 2 per metre

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Taxus baccata

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Taxus baccata FG

80-100cm rootball

Taxus baccata

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Taxus baccata FG

100-120cm rootball

Taxus baccata field grown

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Taxus baccata FG

120-140cm wire rootball

Taxus baccata Field Grown

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Taxus baccata FG

140-160cm wire rootball

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Taxus baccata FG

160-180cm wire rootball

Taxus baccata field grown

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Taxus baccata FG

180-200cm wire rootball

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