Screening plants

Laurel 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 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.

Bamboo is a great plant when you want height but not depth in a border. Strip the leaves off the bottom of the canes for a modern twist. #bambo #hedge #earthdesigns

Bamboo is a great plant when you want height but not depth in a border. Strip the leaves off the bottom of the canes for a modern twist. #bambo #hedge #earthdesigns

Trees for small gardens: Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group, copper beech, is a large tree, but it can be pleached to provide a screen. Tie in young stems to form a framework, then trim annually. Photo by Sarah Cuttle.

Trees for small gardens: Fagus sylvatica Atropurpurea Group, copper beech, is a large tree, but it can be pleached to provide a screen. Tie in young stems to form a framework, then trim annually. Photo by Sarah Cuttle.

Impact Plants supplies living green screens, instant screens of ivy growing on wiremesh supplied. Living fence panels and hedging screens.

Impact Plants supplies living green screens, instant screens of ivy growing on wiremesh supplied. Living fence panels and hedging screens.

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