Online Catalogue | Western Red Cedar Hedging (Thuya or Thuja)
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseThie Western Red Cedar hedge plant is a great alternative to Leylandii because although it's a conifer (and therefore very dense, good for noise reduction and easy to shape) it doesn't grow as fast as Leylandii so it's easier to keep trimmed to a formal shape.The foliage smells like lemons when brushed or trimmed and the colour is bright green. It can be cut back into old wood so there isn't the same crucial need to keep on top of the trimming as there is with Leylandii.The pot grown and cell grown hedging plants are available all year round. For bushier, bulkier plants we recommend root ball plants (available from late October until early April).Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available.
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