Bare Root Hornbeam Bundle 120/150cm x 50
(Carpinus Betulus)

‰ۢÌöÌÛHornbeam is a̴Ì?well-known, classic hedge.̴Ì?Their̴Ì?flourishing green leaves act as a dense barrier which can bring privacy, security, noise, and wind protection to your space.

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Hornbeam plants tend to cling onto their leaves throughout Winter, turning into deep shades of yellow and orange. It also loves to boast pretty, little, green catkins in the late Spring, which then turn into fruits during late Autumn.̴Ì?

It's the perfect formal feature for any garden. It may look quite like Beech, too, but the leaves on Hornbeam plants have much deeper veins and serrated edges.̴Ì?

Please note, that as this variant of the Hornbeam species is a bare root, you will need to plant as soon as possible after it is delivered.̴Ì?

These 120/150cm bare root Hornbeam plants have an average growth rate, and can grow above 2.5m tall in good conditions.

As it is highly resilient, Hornbeam can tolerate many poor soil conditions like shade, or clay/wet soils, and even high winds. It's rather easy to maintain when kept between 1 and 5m, too.

  • Growth rate: Average (20-40cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 2.5m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal
  • Exposure: Coastal, exposed, inland
  • Aspect: Semi-shade, sun
  • Evergreen foliage? No

When you receive your Hornbeam Bare Root plant, dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours to dampen the roots. They must be wet before planting. Ensure you drench the planting hole before and after planting, too.

In terms of pruning, however, it's quite a simple job. You can trim it as neat as you want, once a year, in the late Summer. This will ensure the plant retains its gorgeous Winter shades.

Evergreen

Evergreen

Tall

Tall

£234
This product has a minimum order quantity of 1

‰ۢÌöÌÛHornbeam is a̴Ì?well-known, classic hedge.̴Ì?Their̴Ì?flourishing green leaves act as a dense barrier which can bring privacy, security, noise, and wind protection to your space.

View all Hornbeam plants

Hornbeam plants tend to cling onto their leaves throughout Winter, turning into deep shades of yellow and orange. It also loves to boast pretty, little, green catkins in the late Spring, which then turn into fruits during late Autumn.̴Ì?

It's the perfect formal feature for any garden. It may look quite like Beech, too, but the leaves on Hornbeam plants have much deeper veins and serrated edges.̴Ì?

Please note, that as this variant of the Hornbeam species is a bare root, you will need to plant as soon as possible after it is delivered.̴Ì?

These 120/150cm bare root Hornbeam plants have an average growth rate, and can grow above 2.5m tall in good conditions.

As it is highly resilient, Hornbeam can tolerate many poor soil conditions like shade, or clay/wet soils, and even high winds. It's rather easy to maintain when kept between 1 and 5m, too.

  • Growth rate: Average (20-40cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 2.5m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal
  • Exposure: Coastal, exposed, inland
  • Aspect: Semi-shade, sun
  • Evergreen foliage? No

When you receive your Hornbeam Bare Root plant, dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours to dampen the roots. They must be wet before planting. Ensure you drench the planting hole before and after planting, too.

In terms of pruning, however, it's quite a simple job. You can trim it as neat as you want, once a year, in the late Summer. This will ensure the plant retains its gorgeous Winter shades.

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