Holly Hedge - Rootball
English Holly plants are the most widely grown in many UK gardens. Common Holly (English) is known for its festive winter decoration and is one of the UK's few native evergreen trees. It is a hardy tree or shrub, able to survive in most conditions except where it is extremely wet. Holly has distinctive spiny leaves which deter intruders and grazing animals and protect birds as they feed on the bright red berries. White flowers appear in May followed by red berries on female plants by late November. Holly's dense evergreen foliage and spiky leaves make a good anti burglar hedge barrier or it can be included in traditional native hedge mixes.
Ilex Aquifolium - English Holly Hedging Plants Rootball
- Order your root ball hedging plants now and get an early November delivery - and start your planting early. Rootball plants during this time are not actively growing, but economical for planting large areas of ground.
- ScotPlants Direct despatch rootball plants during November to April annually.