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  1. The Best Fast-Growing Hedges

    The best fast-growing hedges
    The fastest-growing screening plants for quick hedges of all kinds. If you want a speedy way to block out the neighbours, here are our recommendations for hedges in a hurry.
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  2. The Best Skinny Hedges For Small Spaces

    The Best Skinny Hedges For Small Spaces
    If you've only got a narrow space to plant a hedge, or you want a hedge that will go up rather than out, these are the best skinny hedges for small spaces.
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  3. How Fast Will My Tubestock Plants Grow?

    How Fast Will My Tubestock Plants Grow?
    Wise gardeners know that buying tubestock is the smart choice. It just takes a little patience. In just a couple of months, our low-cost tubestock will have caught up to pricier plants. Take a look at our customer photos!
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  4. Which Camellia is Best For You?

    camellia bush in flower
    Camellias make lovely container and tub plants, as well as handsome evergreen hedges. They're long-lived and free-flowering, and some are even scented!
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  5. Which Flowering Hedge is Best For You?

    Which Flowering Hedge is Best For You?

    Flowering hedges are ideal for creating privacy in the garden, with the bonus of bright flowers to liven things up! Flowering hedges may be clipped neatly in formal gardens, or left to grow for a wilder rustic feel. There's a flowering shrub for almost any garden style, and any climate. Here's some of our favourites.

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  6. Which Lilly Pilly is Best for You?

    Which Lilly Pilly is Best for You?

    Syzygium (lilly pilly) is a superb hedging and screening plant in all situations. It has beautiful coloured new growth, in cream, peach, orange, bronze, copper, and bright candy pink. The roots are non-invasive, which means you can plant it close to buildings without fear. It's a native, so it copes with almost everything our harsh climate can throw at it. The evergreen shiny foliage looks beautiful throughout the year, and there's fluffy flowers and brightly-coloured berries to enjoy. Find the one for you here

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  7. How Many Plants You Need For Your Hedge

    How Many Plants You Need For Your Hedge

    Autumn is the best time to plant hedges. The soil is still warm from summer, so your plants can get established before winter arrives. There's also plenty of moisture around to feed young roots. If you're thinking of planting a hedge, do it the easy way with our tubestock plants - cheaper, and much less digging! Here's how

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