A native species with fruits so bitter that only the birds will eat them - but they'll love them! Wild Cherry can be trimmed to the same height as other species in a mixed native hedge or allowed to grow as a hedgerow tree. It has beautiful highly fragrant white blossom in May, pretty mid sized green leaves and wild cherries in autumn which will be much appreciated by wildlife. Flowers early March-October producing white flowers. Available in packs of 25 or 50 bare roots and grows 20-40cm per year.
- Masses of flowers
- Seasonal Colour
Bare Root hedging plants are a great, cost-effective way for you to achieve your hedging goals. They are grown in an open environment, exposed to natural conditions, which allows these plants to develop with no restrictions. When opting for this root type, you will receive well established plants with sturdy root systems as a result of their growing method. Given the way in which they are grown, bare rooted plants are available from November until May as this is the time of year when the plants are dormant and can be safely lifted from the field. This category mostly consists of native, deciduous hedging species which many of them flower and/or berry so they make great hedges for wildlife and provide seasonal interest.