Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)
For maximum berry production, Hippophae rhamnoides does best in a sunny site, but it will still do well in partial shade. Sea Buckthorn's berries are edible and high in vitamin C, however, they do have a purgative effect - so take care!
Most popular uses of Sea Buckthorn hedging
An ideal hedge for the coast, Sea Buckthorn works well as a windbreak or for screening purposes. It also looks great in a mixed native hedge.
Growth rate of Sea Buckthorn hedges
Sea Buckthorn has an average growth rate and can be expected to achieve 20-40cm per year. It is ideal for hedging of 1-4m.
Care advice for Sea Buckthorn hedge plants
When planted properly most hedges need little attention - view our hedge planting advice here. Sea Buckthorn requires pruning in late winter or early spring. A good tip - Don't forget to feed your Hippophae rhamnoides hedges after planting - view our hedging care advice section for more information.
Suggested Hippophae rhamnoides planting density
Please use the 'Number Per Metre' information provided in the product table to calculate the planting density of our Hippophae rhamnoides hedging plants.
We offer Sea Buckthorn as bare roots, which are available November to late April/early May (depending on seasonality) and provide great value for money. Sea Berry is also available year-round as pot grown hedge plants.
Overall, the majority of our Sea Buckthorn hedging plants are UK grown by our hands-on experts who have years of nursery growing experience. On the rare occasion that we source Sea Buckthorn hedging from outside of the UK, we go to every length to ensure our suppliers cannot be beaten on quality. At best4hedging we strive to provide the freshest condition hedging plants of the highest possible quality, all whilst maintaining our superb prices. Rest assured, you can buy Hippophae rhamnoides hedging plants online with total confidence.