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Setting up a flowered hedge

Hedges protect us from prying eyes, create intimacy, break the wind and protect our gardens. Flowered hedges boast many advantages and can even become truly ornamental.
Flower hedge

Setting up a hedge, flowered, mixed or evergreen?

Hedges often mark property lines and are usually the first project for the garden. But setting a hedge up means choosing the type of shrub: flowered, mixed or evergreen. There are many options and not all shrubs are suited to growing in a hedge.
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Summer-flowering shrubs

They share their flowers from spring to summer, and sometimes even longer! Either as part of a hedge or in a pot on your terrace, they share beautiful colors
escallonia

Rejuvenate your hedges

The end of summer is the best moment for light pruning of shrubs and ornamental plants.
haie buis

Get your hedge right with a 2 minute video

Hedges are now an important part of landscaping, and getting them right will come naturally after taking a look at this short video. This short hedge hack explains everything about spacing, varieties, how to position the plants and when to proceed. Read more â–ș

Growing an evergreen hedge

Choosing evergreen shrubs is often a great solution to cut off inquisitive onlookers or simply to mark the limits of a garden with regarding to immediate neighbors.
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Four-seasons hedge

Why not go for a four-seasons hedge? Bored with drab monochrome conifers? Bring a bundle of delight to the neighborhood with a mixed hedge of ornamental flower, leaf and fruit shrubs.
haie belle toute l'année

Set up a mixed hedge

Setting up a mixed hedge fulfills all the functions of a normal single-species hedge, and provides an added aesthetic touch to your garden that is quite unique
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