Green Beech - Fagus sylvatica - Hedging (3-4ft Tall Bare Root)
Green Beech hedging are popular for their winter coppery colour and leaf retention during winter time. Beech is one of the most popular and widely used hedging plants in the UK. It is a fast growing native plant that will provide year round screening and privacy. Beech is easy to maintain as well as looking stunning. Plant in most soil types, full sun to partial shade, well draining soil.
Common Name: Native Green Beech
Size: 100-125cm tall
Rate of Growth: Fast growing about 30-60cm per year
Planting Location: Full sun, partial shade
Soil Type: Tolerates almost all soil types, moist, well-draining.
pH: neutral, acid to alkaline
Fertilise: Rootgrow upon initial planting and thereafter
Planting Distance: 3 per metre single row
Height: Keep Pruned manageable height
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**Scot Plants Direct can only supply bareroot plants when they are dormant during the winter months from November to April annually.
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