Hedging - all you need to know Part One
at this stage in the year when we only have another 4weeks remaining of the bare-root season here is a no-nonsense guide to help you choose which hedging will work for you without the jargon and botanical descriptions
Bareroot plants are plants that have been grown in the open ground and then lifted to be transplanted during the dormant season. This is generally between November and March and means that plants are ‘sleeping’ before kicking back into gear for growth, when the weather warms up in spring.
You could opt for an evergreen hedge if you are looking for cover & privacy all year round. With an evergreen hedge around your garden, even in the winter, when most trees, shrubs and bushes have lost their leaves, you prevent people seeing into your home or blocking the view or new house or extension that looks into your garden.