Bespoke Selection of Bare Root Hedging – WYG Special – Pack of 10 – Your Choice of Species!


This year we are now able to offer you a chance to put together your own bespoke pack of bareroot hedging to suit your needs.

Simply add to the comments box on your order notes (or drop us an email after) with the species that you would like to have included in your selection.

You can choose a mixture of 10 from the list shown below, however please note you must select at least two of each species as a minimum.

Please note – Silver Birch and Rowan don’t enjoy being clipped, so are in this selection more so as individual trees or to be used as part of a coppice belt, as Joel explains in his video.

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!  Take a look at Joel’s video further down to learn more.

More details for each individual species can be found on our website under the relevant item.  If you would like any help from Joel in choosing a selection to suit your space, please just drop us a note on and we would be glad to assist!

A 60cm spiral guard and a 90cm bamboo cane are recommended when planting any of these items, to protect from rabbit damage.  These are listed separately on our website also if you need them.

Images shown are a selection, but not an exhaustive list of those that you can choose from.

Out of stock



Crab Apple Malus sylvestris
Beech Fagus sylvatica
Blackthorn Prunus spinosa
Wild Cherry Prunus avium
Dogwood Cornus sanguinea
Elder Sambucus nigra
Hawthorn Crataegus monogyna
Hazel Corylus avellana
Hornbeam Carpinus betulus
Field Maple Acer campestre
Cherry Plum Prunus cerasifera
Wild Privet Ligustrum vulgare
Field Rose Rosa arvensis
Dog Rose Rosa canina
Sweet Briar Rose Rosa rubiginosa
Rowan Sorbus aucuparia
Spindle Euonymus europeaus

These will be available for dispatch during bare root season, which runs from November through to March.

**Silver Birch and Guelder Rose are no longer available to choose for this selection as they are now out of stock for the remainder of the bare root season.**