Online Catalogue | Potentilla Hedging (Shrubby Cinquefoil)
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseWith four flower colour choices, from sunny yellow through to soft pink and small green foliage, Potentilla makes a fabulous hedging plant.Find sizes and prices below or Click HereWe have Potentilla plants suitable for hedging with pink, white, tangerine or lemony-yellow, cup shaped flowers. These hedging shrubs are all absolutely lovely, often repeat flowering or keeping their flowers for very many weeks from early summer onwards (sometimes to October). The foliage, which is small, is an attractive green with slight grey hue, the ideal backdrop for the bold and colourful flowers of the summer.The variety names are;-Pink - Potentilla fruticosa Pink BeautyWhite - Potentilla fruticosa AbbotswoodOrange/Tangerine - Potentilla fruticosa TangerineYellow/Gold - Potentilla fruticosa Goldfinger These are all tough plants which are good in cold, exposed positions and they tend not to mind wet soil (and actually thrive in moist soils) or dry soil (not their favourite but they cope well enough) and do really well in a sunny situation but still flower pretty well in partial or even dense shade. They really are reliable in just about every situation. They are easy to maintain (at 1m to 1.5m). They just need a quick trim to shape (either into mounds for informal hedging or a straight hedge for a more formal appearance). They benefit from a handful of fertiliser worked into the soil around each plant to produce the maximum flowering - although neglectful gardeners will still get a good show from these varieties. They are quite quick growing initially and the small plants we sell will quickly make up to substantial shrubs. We have pot grown hedging plants available all year round. Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or BonemealNew range of beautiful topiary now available.
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