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plants to use in any form of cloud hedging are those with small foliage that will take close clipping: boxwood (Buxus sempervirens), English yew (Taxus baccata), Japanese holly (Ilex crenata) and Osmanthus varieties.
plants to use in any form of cloud hedging are those with small foliage that will take close clipping: boxwood (Buxus sempervirens), English yew (Taxus baccata), Japanese holly (Ilex crenata) and Osmanthus varieties.
“Sandstone wall” — Lisa Forrest
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
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taxus baccata shrubs
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
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taxus baccata shrubs
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The tall hedging to the left is Arborvitae, the lower boxed hedging is Taxus. I believe the hedging further to the rear with the rounded shearing is boxwood or Japanese holly, hard to tell from photo.
scale. The dimensions and density of a hedge need to be appropriate for the size of your garden. A high hedge of a dark plant such as European yew (Taxus baccata) would overpower a small site. It would be better to choose a screen plant that is less dense and has pretty flowers such as camellia.Suitability
“Grass, hedges all” — Tanquary Homes
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Laurent-Perrier Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2012
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created by enclosing areas with walls or, more usually, hedging. The movement gave impetus to the planting of traditional hedging such as yew (Taxus baccata) and boxwood (Buxus sp). This use of hedging also brought the return of topiary.Topiary, having fallen out of favor for the best part of a hundred
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217- Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’ 10 gal. 369- Spirea japonica ‘Little Princess’ 3 gal. 246- Spiraea x bumulda ‘Goldflame’ 10 gal. 106- Taxus baccata ‘Repandens’ 18-24” ht. Photo Credit: Matthew P. Aubel, Realty Landscaping Corp./Real Winter, Inc.
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
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217- Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’ 10 gal. 369- Spirea japonica ‘Little Princess’ 3 gal. 246- Spiraea x bumulda ‘Goldflame’ 10 gal. 106- Taxus baccata ‘Repandens’ 18-24” ht. Photo Credit: Matthew P. Aubel, Realty Landscaping Corp./Real Winter, Inc.
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boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are
are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense branching structure; boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need
Select plants with a dense branching structure; boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need to
are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense branching structure; boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp).
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