Potted Hedges

Potted hedges are shrubs or trees that are grown in containers or pots. They are often sold in pots at nurseries and garden centers, and can be planted at any time of year as long as the soil is not frozen.

To plant potted hedges, follow these steps:

  1. Choose a location with well-draining soil and full sun or partial shade, depending on the specific needs of the plant variety.

  2. Prepare the soil by loosening the soil to a depth of at least 12 inches and mixing in compost or other organic matter to improve the soil structure.

  3. Remove the plant from its pot and gently loosen the roots to encourage them to spread out into the surrounding soil.

  4. Dig a hole that is large enough to accommodate the roots of the plant without crowding them.

  5. Place the plant in the hole and fill in the hole with soil, making sure to cover the roots completely. Tamp down the soil gently to remove any air pockets.

  6. Water the plant thoroughly to help settle the soil around the roots and to encourage root growth.

  7. Mulch around the base of the plant to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.

By following these steps, you can successfully plant potted hedges and help them become established in their new location.

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Griselinia littoralis, commonly known as kapuka or New Zealand broadleaf, is a species of flowering plant in the family Griseliniaceae. It is native to New Zealand and is commonly found along the coast and in lowland forests of the North and South Islands.

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Prunus lusitanica 'Angustifolia,' commonly known as Portuguese Laurel or 'Angustifolia' Cherry Laurel, is an excellent choice for creating a lush and elegant hedge. With its narrow, glossy green leaves and compact growth habit, this evergreen shrub provides year-round privacy and a formal appeal. 'Angustifolia' is prized for its dense foliage and versatility, adapting well to various soil types and sun conditions. Whether used for screening, shaping, or as a backdrop in garden design, this cultivar of Portuguese Laurel is a low-maintenance and visually appealing option for a sophisticated hedge.

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Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin' is a popular choice for creating stunning hedges due to its glossy, dark green foliage and vibrant red new growth in spring. This evergreen shrub can reach a height of up to 4 meters and can be easily pruned into a desired shape or size. 'Red Robin' thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soil. It is also resistant to most pests and diseases, making it a low-maintenance option for hedges in gardens, parks, or public spaces. Its striking appearance and versatility make it a great addition to any landscape design.

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Bay hedges, or Laurus nobilis, are evergreen hedges with fragrant, dark green foliage that adds both beauty and practicality to any landscape. They can grow up to 20 feet tall, are low-maintenance, and can be easily pruned to maintain a desired height and shape. Bay hedges are popular for their culinary uses and can be used to create natural barriers for privacy, sound reduction, and wind protection, as well as for topiary designs.

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Olearia traversii can be an excellent choice for a hedge, particularly in coastal areas or locations with well-drained soils. Its dense growth habit, attractive silvery-gray foliage, and adaptability to coastal conditions make it a desirable option for landscaping purposes.