in this hedge is Viburnum tinus. It is evergreen in most temperate conditions, and will produce abundant pinky white flowers from winter through to spring followed by deep metallic blue berries. Though it can grow over 4'-5', it can easily be controlled with pruning and as shown in the 'step-over' hedge
compact low hedge.
The best variety to look for is Viburnum tinus 'Eve Price'.
Step-over hedges used to separate driveway from front garden;
this hedge is softer and more inviting than traditional hedges.
viburnum tinus 'eve price' stepover hedge
love the look of the hedges. I can consider using for my property.
step-over hedgeHere the variety 'Eve Price' creates a stunning dwarf hedge, as it is more compact than some of the other varieties of Viburnum tinus. The flowers, blooming in late autumn to early spring, are very attractive, with carmine buds and pink-tinged petals.The hedge shown here is cleverly underplanted