We sell a number of varieties of Bamboo which are an excellent choice for a low maintenance, tall hedge. What they all have in common is that they are evergreen; grow very tall very quickly and have beautiful strong canes (in different colours). Bamboo can have a tendancy to be invasive so they are best in areas where there is room to spread, or kept planted in a pot twice the size of the root (even underground); or grown in slightly dry soil which is not their preference. In good conditions they will grow up to 6m tall. To achieve their full height, they like a moist soil so we recommend planting them slightly below ground level (just an inch or two) so that there's a dish around the canes to hold some rainwater.
Trading online for over 11 years, Hedges Direct are specialist suppliers of hedging, pleached and ornamental trees, living screens, topiary and turf. With decades of experience in the horticultural industry and a culture firmly focused on quality and service, we are able to supply specimen plants for any size project or garden, all with an industry leading delivery turnaround.
Our award-winning sales and service team are available 6 days a week and 7 in peak planting season, offering bespoke quotes, expert advice and exclusive trade and retail discounts. We offer next day, weekend and specified delivery dates and we’ll deliver direct to your home or your client’s address, on a day to suit you, with no signature required.
With our own plant nursery and an extensive network of growers across the UK and Europe, if we don’t stock it, we can usually source it so please get in touch with your requirements.
Find our most popular hedging species on the home page of our website along with special offers and all your hedging solutions including :
Pot Grown Packs
Extra Large Root Balls
Hedges Direct have been supplying ITV’s Love Your Programme Television Series since 2013.
Hedges Direct are proud to have been recognised as a Gold Trusted Merchant by Feefo and Garden Retail Awards 2017 by Horticulture Week.
The Hedging Network
As a nationwide supplier of hedging plants (amongst other things) we are regularly asked by our customers for recommended horticulture experts in their area. The Hedging Network was created to bring together a selection of reputable and experienced landscapers and garden designers from around the country, in order to display their contact details in one location.
Joining The Hedging Network allows your company details to be visible to the thousands of potential customers browsing our website every day. As an Approved Member, our sales team are able to refer customers directly to you when placing their order. We’ve received a lot of positive feedback from Approved Members and it’s completely FREE to join!
In addition to your contact details being visible within our database, a direct link to your website will also be included so that browsing customers can easily access more information if it was needed. An Approved Member has full access to our approved badge which can be displayed on your website so you can showcase your membership and advertise that your company demonstrates the high level of quality service and expertise required to meet The Hedging Network criteria. We also broadcast our new joiners on our social media pages, reaching even more clientele.
Luscious Lavender is now in stock and it's stunning! From the soft tones and subtle spires of classic English Lavender, the unique appearance of the tufty eared, lilac shaded French Lavender or the rich purple deeper hued Hidcote Lavender, we have a selection to stun and soothe the senses.
Bare Root Season Is Here Below are some of the budget bare root bargains available now on the most popular species.
January Special Offers on Bare Root Hedging So far, January has been pretty cold and miserable so we thought we'd add some cheer to our chilly grey days and bring you some lovely special offers on a selection of our more popular bare root hedging species.
Gardening Essentials As we wake up to frost on our cars and the heating bill increasing over the next few months, it’s safe to say that the love-hate relationship we have with Winter is upon us.