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Photinia Red Robin. A superb, richly coloured hedge.

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Laurel Hedge - Google Image Result for https://www.evergreenhedging.co.uk/media/wysiwyg/Laurel_hedge_02_2_.jpg

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Downtown Somerville

If we can't have hydrangeas, would love something similar. Also really like the tree either for front and or back garden.

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10 Different and Great Garden project Anyone Can Make 9

I love the look of this hedge and tree mixture for privacy Red Cow Farm garden | GardenDrum

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Evergreen Privet Ligustrum ovalifolium is a very strong hedge that stays green in a mild winter and thrives almost anywhere. The Evergreen Privet is suitable for any type of soil and is easy to clip into shape. For a beautiful dense hedge, you need to plant 5 per metre. Height supplied 40-50 cm.

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TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones so you can choose whichever suits you best. Hedges are a necessary part of every garden, providing privacy, blocking wind or even buffering noise. But most importantly edges provide structure to your garden. Hedging plants are usually budget friendly especially if you buy them bare-rooted.

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Best Unexpected Plants You Can Grow in Containers

An example of using containers to create a typical hedge. Instead of plantings these boxwood straight in the ground, they are higher up to block views, and can be moved if necessary."

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Love the comfy chair with clipped box hedge, gravel path with defined edge and fence and planting on boundary

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We would love to have a hedge of hydrangeas like this. These are Incrediball® smooth hydrangea. #ad You could win $250 from Proven Winners.

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Viburnum tinus is an evergreen that forms a dense hedge up to 3-4 metres tall. The leaves are dark glossy green. Viburnum tinus produces masses of white flowers from pink buds for a long period from October until April. Any free-draining soil in sun or shade. Rate of growth: up to 45cm per year. Plant between 60cm and 100cm apart (approximately 2-3 feet apart). Hedges with plants 60cm apart "fill in" to form a dense hedge quicker than those planted 100cm apart.

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