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Hedge Plants: Edible Hedge Mix

£67.50

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This edible hedge mix will make an excellent wildlife and foraging hedge, as well as looking attractive. After Spring blossom the hedge will be laden with nuts and fruit in the autumn. It includes 6 native British species (see below). A good hedge to lay. Like all our hedge plants, British grown from British origin stock.

Each 50 plant pack will make 10m of double staggered hedge.


For orders of over 500 plants, please contact us for pricing.
  • Buy 2 for £53.00 each and save 22%
  • Buy 5 for £47.00 each and save 31%
  • Buy 10 for £39.00 each and save 43%

Minimum total order £50

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This item has seasonality November-March and will only be shipped during this time.

Hedge Plants: Edible Hedge

This edible hedge plant mix is excellent for wildlife as well as looking attractive. After Spring blossom the hedge will be laden with nuts and fruit in the autumn. Sloes, apples, berries, haws - great for cooks and foragers too! It includes only native British species. A good hedge to lay, our native edible hedge includes a native rose, Elder,Cherry Plum,Hazel,Blackthorn, and Crab Apple. The hedge will be head high after three years or so, depending on conditions. The hedgerow plants here will thrive in a wide variety of sites and situations, including a north facing site.


Hedge Plants For Sale

These plants are a mix of 60/90cm and 40/60cm tall plants. They are all grown in the UK from UK stock; our supplier is a member of the Woodland Trust's UK Sourced and Grown Assurance Scheme. We sell them in packs of 50, which is enough for 10m of hedge. We recommend planting in two staggered rows at least 50cm apart. Plant 3 - 5 plants of the same species together in a group for a more natural look. If you would like to find out more about how to plant and maintain your hedge, please look at our blog .


These edible hedge mix plants are bare root, so they are available for delivery from November until March. During the lifting season there may be up to two weeks delay between placing the order and despatch, due to weather conditions or pressure of orders, which are dealt with in date sequence. Orders for hedge plants placed between March and September are confirmed for despatch from November.


Please looks at our tips for planting and initial care of hedge whipsYou can find out more about the history of hedges here.

Supplier: Perrie Hale Forest Nursery
We donate half of our profits on sales of Edible hedge mix to the The Tree Council