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When is the best time to plant a hedge?

The general rule is that evergreen and semi-evergreen hedges, such as Conifers, Box or Portuguese Laurel should be planted in early autumn, whilst deciduous hedging such as Hawthorn and Beech should be planted from mid-autumn to late-winter.

Potted hedging plants like potted laurels, beech, fuchsia etc can be planted any time of the year but care should be taken to ensure they receive adequate water through any drier spells.