Online Catalogue | Beech Hedge Plant (Fagus sylvatica)
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseBeech hedging becomes a beautiful bright green hedge in spring and summer, and then in autumn/winter, it retains its medium sized leaves but they turn dry and copper coloured so it has two distinctly different appearances depending on the season. Beech hedging plants are classy when cut to a formal shape but it can also be used as a semi-evergreen component in a mixed native hedge.It will grow to 5m (or perhaps even more) but because it's just medium growth rate, it can be easily kept as a relatively low hedge - 1m upwards. It is a species that is really only suitable for free-draining soil - if your soil is wet/heavy clay, you should consider Hornbeam instead which has a very similar appearance but is better suited to wetter soils.We have Beech as fantastic value bare roots available November to early April (sometimes late March). We also have super quality cell grown and pot grown plants available all year round. We also show in this section some discounted packs of larger quantities but if these don't quite fit your needs, please phone us for a discounted quote for your exact requirements.Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available
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