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Hedges and screens can be used to create privacy or to screen out unwanted views. But they have many other uses, block out unwanted winds or the heat of the western sun, they can also be used to divide up the garden into areas and provide structure to the garden.Although most hedges are thought of as clipped and formal in appearance, they can be shaped in a loose informal way, but still provide that much needed screen.
Heynes offer a selection of shrubs and screened plants for full sun to part shade to full shade. From low growing too tall growing, which are available in range of sizes.
Most hedges need to be a certain height to fulfil a role in a garden, therefore the easiest way to look and choose a hedge is to group them according to their growth heights. Larger growing plants can certainty be pruned/trimmed to any size, but keeping them small takes more work, then selecting one that will naturally grow the desired height.
Here is a selection of some of the hedging plants according to their full height that Heynes stock. If we don’t have what you’re looking for feel free to ask us if we can source it for you.
1m and Below
Euonymus sp, Green Rocket, Easy Hedge or Tom Thumb
Syzygium smithii var. minor ‘Allyn Magic’ Lilly Pilly
Syzygium australe Dwarf ‘Tiny Trev’ Lilly Plly
1m to 2m
Buxus microphylla, Japanese Box
Buxus sempervirens, English Box
Buxus microphylla ‘koreana’ Korean Box
Syzygium australe ‘Bush Christmas’ Lilly Pilly
Syzigium australe ‘Winter Lights’ Lilly Pilly
2m to 3m
Acmena smithii var.minor ‘Cherry Surprise’ Lilly Pilly
Choisyaternate, MexicanOrange/Mock Orange
Murraya paniculata, Orange Jessamine
Pittosporum tenuifolium, ‘Sliver Sheen’
Viburnum tinus ‘laurustinus’ or ‘Lucidum’
Viburnum Suspensum, Sandanqua Viburnum
Viburnum odoratissimum,Sweet Viburnum
3m and Above
Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’ or ‘Robusta’
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Screenmaster’ or ‘Variegated Sreenmaster’
Acmena smithii ‘Goodbye Neighbours’ Lilly Pilly
Syzygium australe ‘Big Red’ Lilly Pilly