Connecting to Nature Hedging Easy Cut Irish Native Hedgerow Mix
Connecting to Nature Hedging Easy Cut Irish Native Hedgerow Mix
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*All bare-root whips are between 40-80cm in height when delivered, all bare-root whips are between 1-2 years in age.

2023 stock of Crab Apple and Gueldar Rose are between 20 and 50cm in height, this will not have an effect on their growth or ultimate height.

Species included;

 Pack size Pack of 22  Pack of 42
Coverage 4-6m 9-14m
Hawthorn 10 20
Blackthorn 5 10
Hazel 3 6
Rowan 3 4
Crab Apple 1 2

 

Irish provenance hedgerow species

All of the barefoot hedgerow species included in the Easy Cut Hedgerow mix are of local provenance to Ireland. 

Irish native hedgerow species included: Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Hazel, Crab Apple, and Rowan.

This mix of native bare root hedging species has been selected to support Irish biodiversity in your garden, or on-farm and provide a living boundary between properties, protection from strong winds, and privacy around your home.

From an environmental point of view, this hedgerow mix will help remove dust and pollutant particles from the air while also helping to improve soil and water quality. 

Hedgerows also create the perfect conditions for many Irish native plant species, of which some are in danger of extinction, these endangered plant species include Irish native wildflowers, some of Irelands oldest native plants.

The bareroot Irish native species included in this mixture are suitable for planting a new hedge or adding to an already existing hedge. 

How to plant an Irish Native Hedge

Plant the bare-root trees at a minimum rate of 3 plants per meter. To create a more dense hedge, plant the trees in two staggered rows with a maximum of 5 plants per meter, with a minimum distance of 30cm between rows. 

Management of an Irish Native Hedge

Reduce the height of the hedge by one third in the first winter after sowing. Then prune by one third again the next year to shape the hedge and prevent gaps from forming at the base. The second pruning of a new hedge is essential to promote fresh and dense growth at the base of each plant.  

Prune every two years after that

Storage

If you are not ready to plant within six days of receiving the plants, heel them in; i.e. cover the roots with damp sand or soil to keep them cool, damp and in good health until you are ready to plant. 


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