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Wildlife Friendly Hedging

One of the greatest benefits of planting a hedge is the value it holds for our local wildlife. From birds to bats and bees to butterflies, our range of wildlife friendly hedging is the perfect way to provide food and shelter to a diverse spectrum of small animals and insects. 


Why plant wildlife friendly hedging

Planting a hedge for wildlife is easy, simply choose from any of the hedging plants below and once planted you will soon see different creatures finding a safe haven in your garden or space. Many of our flowering hedges offer nectar and pollen to butterflies and bees, whilst our hedges with berries are a great food source to birds and small mammals. However, your wildlife friendly hedge does not need to produce flowers or berries as all hedges act as a pathway to hedgehogs so they can travel safely from place to place. Wildlife friendly hedging provides the perfect haven for many different animals and turns your garden into a bustling wildlife habitat.

A great wildlife friendly hedging option is our choice of mixed native hedging. Our mixed hedging packs contain the perfect combination of hedge plants for wildlife so you don't have to worry!


Although most native hedging plants are valuable to wildlife, not all wildlife friendly hedging has to be native. Our wildlife hedging includes a range of different species, including evergreen, deciduous and/or native varieties, so you'll be sure to find a wildlife friendly hedge that's right for you. If you need a little help deciding, you can use the handy filters on the left hand side of this page to narrow down your choices. You can filter using various options, including by feature e.g. berries or by planting position e.g. exposed. For more information on wildlife friendly hedging or to speak to a member of our Sales and Service team, you can give us a call (01257 261 243), send us an email ([email protected]) or request a callback.