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Flowering Hedging Plants

At best4hedging, we offer a huge variety of flowering hedging that is perfect for adding eye-catching vibrancy to your garden or planting scheme. As well as looking stunning, many of our flowering shrubs are also great for supporting wildlife - hedges with flowers can provide nectar and pollen, creating a bee-friendly garden. As many flowering hedging species are thorny, these hedging plants provide shelter and food for all kinds of wildlife. 

Choice of flowering hedges

No matter which splash of colour you’d like to bring to your garden, best4hedging has flowering hedges bursting with whitepinkorange, yellowred or purple flowers. Our fragrant flowering shrubs come in a range of flower shapes, from beautiful bells to delicate stars.

Evergreen flowering shrubs are also very popular, as they offer seasonal interest and year-round cover. Evergreen flowering hedges also act as a privacy screen for your garden, as well as a windbreak. We also offer prickly flowering hedges that are great as an intruder deterrent. To bring even more colour and life to your garden, we have flowering hedge plants with colourful foliage and berrying flowering hedge plants.

How to care for flowering hedges

Flowering hedges are just like any other type of hedge. Most varieties of flowering shrubs need pruning once or twice a year, particularly after the flowers have died off, as this encourages a fuller display the following year. There are some flowering shrubs such as Hydrangeas which are exceptions to this rule, however, and should have their dead flower heads left on over the winter until early spring to help protect it against frost. You can also apply a liquid feed to help stimulate root growth – we have plenty of advice about this in our planting essentials department.

If you need a little inspiration to help you choose the perfect flowering hedging, take a look at our Most Popular Hedging Plants.