Screening & Hedging

Screening & Hedging


Acemena Ruby Tips Lilly pilly

A larger dense shrub with a pretty display of small green leaves and colourful pink/ red-bronze new growth which bears fluffy cream flowers followed by berries. Resistant to pysllid and most other pests and diseases.
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English Box

English Box is a small-to-medium evergreen, bushy shrub with glossy, oval, dark green leaves. Ideal for topiary, screening and general garden planting.

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Ficus Hillii "Flash"

ficus-hillii-flash is a great screening plant
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Japanese Box

Japanes box hedge is a small to medium evergreen shrub with dark green glossy leaves and dense foliage.

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Leighton Green

Used as a wind break on larger properties it can also be used as both a formal or informal hedge or screen. Forms a very tight hedge with regular pruning.
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Lilly Pilly Backyard Bliss

The relatively new, Lilly Pilly ‘Backyard Bliss’ is a wonderful fast growing hedging plant. Reaching around 3m to 4m in height and easily pruned this is the perfect plant to use as a screen so that privacy from neighbours can be quickly achieved.

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Photinia Robusta

Photinia Robusta is a fast growing tree and is small growing. The glossy red foliage turning to green.

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Pittosporum Silver Sheen

Pittosporum Silver Sheen has a columnar shape becoming oval with age.
Pittosporum silver sheen has small glossy green leaves with a touch of silver to them.
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Portugese Laurel

Ideal for hedging and screening.
Good for topiary
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Silver Birch

Silver Birch
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Waterhousea Floribunda

Waterhousea floribunda is a bushy tree with a wonderful weeping habit making it perfect for large screening projects and the softening of fence lines.
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