Online Catalogue | Hawthorn Hedging (Crataegus monogyna) - also known as Quickthorn
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseThere are thousands of miles of Hawthorn hedging in the Britain and for many good reasons - it is native, prickly, with pretty and prufuse white flowers in May (hence it's alternative name "May Blossom") and loads of red "hips" ,which are ideal bird food, in autumn.Hawthorn is commonly used in farm fields, it's also increasingly popular in a domestic setting as a single species hedge or as a big part of a native mixed hedge and it has many wildlife qualities.Pot grown and cell grown Hawthorn hedge plants are available all year round - grown on our own nurseries. We also have Hawthorn as a bare root plant, available from November to early April (sometimes late March). We are also showing in this section, our Hawthorn based mixed native hedging bundles which are 50% Hawthorn, and 10% each of Blackthorn, Dog Rose, Field Maple, Hazel and Wild Cherry.Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available.
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