We want to make getting in touch as easy and convenient as possible for our customers so our friendly Sales and Service team are available seven days a week. You can reach us using any of the following details. Call us on: 01257 261 243 Email us at: [email protected] Write to us at: Five Acres Nursery, Dawbers Lane, Euxton, Lancashire. PR7 6EE You can also use our online contact form or request a callback.
Have you entered our latest competition? We have a fantastic prize including: Professional Spade & Gloves, Fruit and Veg Fertiliser, Bone Meal, Rootgrow and Lawn Seed All you have to do is fill in the blank: This Summer in my garden I will ……………………………………….. Head over to our Facebook page to leave a comment and be sure to LIKE our page whilst you’re there for your entry to be counted! Competition now closed (19/5/14) The winner is John Durick – Congratulations!
Get your aprons at the ready! This week, our competition is all about kitchen gardens and the benefits of growing your own. There’s nothing nicer than popping into the garden to grab a sprig of your own home grown Rosemary to add to the family dinner! To enter, simply tell us your favourite rosemary recipe. You can leave a comment below or head over to the Best4hedging Facebook page to join the conversation. We’ll pick the best Rosemary recipe tip and the winner will receive... Read More
Having evolved from the knot gardens of Renaissance Europe, hedge mazes have long since fascinated garden lovers and enthusiasts alike. A hedge maze is an outdoor, garden maze made from vertical hedges, acting as walls. Being hedge enthusiasts ourselves, Best4hedging believe using living, breathing plants is far more rewarding than a stone made maze. The majority of famous hedge mazes use Hornbeam hedging (Carpinus Betulus) and/or Yew hedging (Taxus Baccata), both of these species make fine hedges and are amongst the most popular garden hedging choices. There are many famous... Read More
To celebrate Spring/Summer 2014 we are running a competition to win 5 French Lavender plants – the perfect low hedging plant for bee and butterfly gardens. It is a bit of a brain teaser, so get your thinking caps on! How many plants do you think are in the pallet below? To enter, comment on the photo on our Facebook page with your answer and make sure to like our page Best4hedging and share the photo to be in with a chance of winning! ... Read More
This jam makes a wonderful treat on your morning toast, is a great alternative to sugar when mixed with your porridge and can be used for an unusual, tasty cake filling. Recipe makes 3 large jars Ingredients: 1.5 litres wild rose petals (lightly pressed in the measuring jug) 1kg granulated sugar 3 lemons 850ml water Few drops of rosewater (optional) Method: 1. Start by rinsing and drying the rose petals to make sure any dirt is washed away. Place the rose petals into a large bowl and... Read More
The vast majority of our hedging plants are in stock year round. However, some plant types are only available at certain times of year. These include bare root and root ball plants which are delivered from November to April but can be pre-ordered year round. If you pre-order any of our hedging plants, we will keep you up to date with the progress and expected despatch date of your order via email. All items will show either an ‘Add’ to basket button or ‘Prer-order’ button. If for any reason we cannot... Read More
At Best4hedging, we aim to deliver all orders within 3-5 working days. Over 95% of our deliveries are made within this timescale, though there are some exceptions to this rule. Our range of trees may take between 7-10 working days to arrive whilst our bare root hedging and root ball hedging plants are only available in the dormant season (November-April). You can pre-order these root types and we will update you on expected delivery times once they are ready to be despatched. Next day delivery is available, depending on stock... Read More
Planting a hedge can seem like a daunting task for any gardener; both gardening beginners and experienced horticulturalists, so we’ve put together an easy-to-follow guide on how to grow a hedge to reassure you that there’s nothing to panic about. Our key points for planting hedges are: 1. Prepare your soil! This includes: removing any weeds; installing weed suppressing ground cover, such as mulch matting; using well-rotted organic matter/horse manure and applying a root treatment or fertilizer (see our range of planting essentials). 2. Dig a trench or hole big... Read More
We are thrilled to announce that best4hedging have received the Feefo Trusted Merchant Award for Excellence in Customer Service. Our customer service rating for 2013 was 94% We are looking forward to another fantastic year providing quality products and excellent customer service throughout 2014 and beyond. Here are a few reviews from our happy customers: Service rating : “I received my order today and I am delighted to say everything was delivered in excellent prestine condition. I was si impressed by the amazing quality of the plants. I did have... Read More