Whitethorn Hedges

40.0080.00

Whitethorn (Crataegus Monogyna) hedging plants, also known as hawthorn are a fast growing, thorny native deciduous hedging plant with dark glossy green leaves. In spring, clusters of prominent scented white flowers come into leaf, followed by glossy red haws (berries) in autumn.

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Whitethorn hedges, also known as hawthorn are a fast growing, thorny native deciduous hedging plant with dark glossy green leaves. In spring, clusters of prominent scented white flowers come into leaf, followed by glossy red haws (berries) in autumn.

  • Planting Whitethorn Hedging

Whitethorn can be planted in most soil types, needs to be planted 4 hedges to the yard for a single row and 6 hedges to the yard for a double row. A bareroot whitethorn can be planted from October to March.

  • How tall & fast will a Whitethorn Hedging grow?

A whitethorn hedge can grow 18-36 inches per year. The hedge can be grown up to 7-8 meters in height.

  • Maintenance of a Whitethorn Hedging

The hedge should be allowed to grow for the first two years and then cut back to allow it to thicken up. After this pruning should be done during the winter months when the hedge is dormant.

Our whitethorn hedges are bare root and lifted to order, they are bagged to keep fresh and ready for replanting. This hedge can be used in R.E.P.S and A.E.O.S schemes.

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Brand Name
Hedging.ie
Product Name
Whitethorn
Price
EUR 40
Product Availability
Available in Stock

Additional information

Size

1 – 1 1/2 ft, 2 ft, 3 ft

Growth Rate

18 – 36 inches

Price

€40 (Per 100), €50 (Per 100), €80 (Per 100)

Hardiness

Very Hardy

Soil Conditions

Most Soil Types

Spacing

6 to a Yard Double Row

Maintenance

it should be allowed to grow for the first two years and cut back to allow to thicken up., Prune during winter months, when hedge is dormant. Initially

Seasonality

Spring produces clusters of prominent scented white flowers come into leaf. Autumn produces glossy red haws (berries).

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