Online Catalogue | Osmanthus x Burkwoodii Hedging
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseCreamy-white, highly scented, jasmine-like flowers against glossy, dark, evergreen foliage make Osmanthus x Burkwoodii an excellent evergreen hedging plant for all but very cold northern sites.Find sizes and prices below or Click HereOsmanthus is one of the few hedging plants that is evergreen and flowering (the other very popular flowering evergreen being Escallonia) It has finely toothed (but not prickly) bright green glossy leaves which mature to a very dark green which makes a fantastic dark background in a garden. The profuse small pure jasmine like white flowers are so highly perfumed that their fragrance carries for several metres. Whilst this hedging plant is said to be fully hardy, we find that it doesn't enjoy very cold northerly winds. It is good in full sun or partial shade. Osmanthus x Burkwoodii is very easy to maintain - with average growth rate all it needs is a quick trim after flowering and if you mulch it at the same time you will increase flower production in the following year. Sometimes there's a second flush of flowers. It may need another quick tidy up in early Autumn just to leave it in a neat shape for the winter. It's not a commonly seen plant for hedging but it is eminently suitable and gives the same dark green background as the much more expensive Yew Hedging. We have pot grown plants available all year round and a mature root ball option available October to April. Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or BonemealNew range of beautiful topiary now available.
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