Traditional English hedger, the fagus or beech hedge. This lovely garden planter is known for its bright green and copper foliage, with oval leaves that turn to a shade closer to yellow or a rich sunset brown in the Autumn months. Although these hedges are not evergreens, they do manage to retain some of their leaves during the winter, but they are mostly deciduous plants.
Beech rootball hedging is now available. The season has started early due to the cold wet weather.
Root balled hedging is a great way to get large hedging plants for less of an outlay. They are dug from the fields where they grow much fatter than grown in containers.