Fagus sylvatica purpurea Purple / Copper Beech Hedging Bare Root 3-4ft Tall
- Popular beech hedge plants with stunning purple summer leaf colour and copper/ yellow in winter.
- Supplied 100-125cm (3-4ft) tall and are Bare root
- Price Includes VAT
Copper or Purple Beech hedging fast growing and native to the UK. This Beech has perfect purple leaf colour in spring, yellow copper colour leaves in autumn and throughout winter. Beech is fully hardy, tough native hedging plants in UK that retain leaves in winter to provide shelter and privacy. Tolerates most soil types
Where to Plant
Plant full sun to partial shade, well draining, moist soil types. Plant 3 per metre for single row hedge, and 5-7 per metre for double staggered row more dense hedge. Ultimate height and spread in 10 years - 8m x 1.7m
***Scot Plants Direct can only supply Bare Root plants when they are dormant during the winter months but you can PRE ORDER now to ensure an early delivery date at the start of the season in November.
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