Dogwood Hedging (Cornus Alba)
Dogwood Hedging (Cornus Alba) is easily recognised by its colourful stems. Used mostly for under-planting in groups of trees, or motorway planting. This hedge is planted in groups for best effect.
Dogwood hedging can be planted in most soil types, planting should be done 3 to every yard. This is a very hardy hedge, it thrives in damp shady conditions.
This hedge grows between 18 inches and 24 inches a year.
The best time to prune a dogwood hedge is when the hedge is dormant during the winter or early spring before new leaves appear
All our hedging is bare root and lifted to order, they are bagged to keep fresh and ready for replanting.