Bare Root Hedging Options

Bare Root Hedging Options
Bare Root Hedging is a great way to get maximum impact for the lowest prices. Bare root stock is available from October through to April each year. This is the dormant season for plants & it is the ideal time to plant trees & shrubs. These plants are better value simply because they are not ...

Plant Native Hedging & Get a Grant

Plant Native Hedging & Get a Grant
The Glas Scheme will be taking applicants from the start of 2016 and will offer grants to farmers & land owners who are willing to plant a hedgerow. This is one of a range of schemes being introduced by simon convey and the department of agriculture to promote greener farming and encourage a more diverse ...

Native plants of Ireland

Native plants of Ireland
When choosing the right plants for your garden the first choice should always be a native plant. Native Irish plants offer so much to gardeners and require far less time or care than other ‘divas’ of the garden. There is a wide selection of native plants to choose from and many have interesting colour and ...

Beech Hedging Aftercare

Beech Hedging Aftercare
Once you have planted your beech hedging you need to keep in mind that there will be some maintenance during the first and second summer to ensure the best start and quick establishment of your hedge If planted right, 99% of your bareroot plants should grow and sprout new foliage by late April, after that ...

Growing a Privet Hedge in Cities

Growing a Privet Hedge in Cities
While Beech is the king of the countryside, privet is prince of the city. These plants are ideal for built areas and small front gardens as they offer fast privacy and screening without outgrowing their location. Most importantly however, privet is also very tolerant to smog and smoke fumes that generally fill the air in ...
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