Laurel HedgeLaurel is the quickest growing evergreen shrub, so if you don't want a conifer hedge, Laurel is the quickest and cheapest way of creating an evergreen garden hedge.  Laurels will also provide the most instant hedging as the taller sizes (4ft, 5ft and 6ft) are bushy and can often create an instant screen if planted close enough.

Laurel HedgeLaurel is the quickest growing evergreen shrub, so if you dont want a conifer hedge, Laurel is the quickest and cheapest way of creating an evergreen garden hedge. Laurels will also provide the most instant hedging as the taller sizes

Laurel HedgeLaurel is the quickest growing evergreen shrub, so if you don't want a conifer hedge, Laurel is the quickest and cheapest way of creating an evergreen garden hedge. Laurels will also provide the most instant hedging as the taller sizes (4ft, 5ft and 6ft) are bushy and can often create an instant screen if planted close enough.

Laurel HedgeLaurel is the quickest growing evergreen shrub, so if you dont want a conifer hedge, Laurel is the quickest and cheapest way of creating an evergreen garden hedge. Laurels will also provide the most instant hedging as the taller sizes

Top 10 plants for hedges and how to plant them.

TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones s

TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

Living Fences: 11 Boundary-Setting Solutions ( this is spotted laurel in the picture.

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones so you can choose whichever suits you best. Hedges are a necessary part of every garden, providing privacy, blocking wind or even buffering noise. But most importantly edges provide structure to your garden. Hedging plants are usually budget friendly especially if you buy them bare-rooted.

TOP 10 Best Plants for Hedges and How to Plant Them

Hedges are a necessary part of every garden, providing privacy, blocking wind or even buffering noise. But most importantly edges provide structure to your garden. Hedging plants are usually budget friendly especially if you buy them bare-rooted.

Hedges and topiary | Louise del Balzo Garden Design by jenny

See what Louise del Balzo has done here? Same as before - big balls thrown into a frame with added spot of colour - bold effect no messing. Those 'big balls' are probably of Teucrium interior design design garden design decorating before and after

small garden design portfolio  chelsea » Andy Sturgeon

The Vermeer Garden in Chelsea, London, U. designed by Andy Sturgeon - Trachelospermum jasminoides in full flower (an evergreen and scented climbers which obligingly only protrudes about 30 cm from its support)

Secret Garden: The Wirtz Family at Home in Belgium Gardenista

Hornbeam Hedge Privacy wall - personal garden of brilliant Belgian landscape designer Jacques Wirtz

Formal English Garden - Hedges of Boxwoods and Burning bushes frame beds of perennials, roses, and other flowering shrubs.

Formal English Garden - Hedges of Boxwoods and Burning bushes frame beds of perennials, roses, and other flowering shrubs.

Creating two levels of hedging by underplanting the raised hedge: a formal low-clipped boxwood hedge under the raised hedge of Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'. Both are evergreen, creating great year-round interest.

Underplanting of a stilted Hedge: Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden - traditional - landscape - london - Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design

The Most Exquisite Gardens and Landscaping Ever! - laurel home | gorgeous bed of white hydrangeas

The Most Exquisite Gardens and Landscaping Ever!

Garden Design Ideas : Like 'Annabelle', but better. Incrediball® hydrangea has massive blooms and strong stems to hold them up – even after a rain storm.

Rosemary hedge used as backdrop to timber decking. Botanical gardens, Isle of Wight.

Tuscan Blue Rosemary hedge used In full-sun, poor soil conditions. With a strong upright variety spaced appropriately, it can look tidier as a hedge than many traditional evergreen shrubs.

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