Bare-root hedging can be planted now and is a cost effective way of creating a hedge. Choose from Beech, Hawthorn or Hornbeam, along with trees and shrubs for instant structure and definition to the garden. Hedging is also great for wildlife, particularly nesting birds.
Bare-root hedging tips:
Plant evergreen and semi-evergreen hedges in early autumn.
Plant deciduous hedges in mid-autumn to late winter.
Keep new hedges well-watered for the first two years.