In order to give you a more specific answer or recommendation about your pleached, espalier, semi-mature trees, topiary or instant hedging, here are a few questions we generally ask or require when dealing with your enquiry:
The best way is to speak to our instant hedging experts on what you are looking to plant, where you would like it planted and we can advise from past projects and experience on what type of instant hedging would best suited to you.
These are a few key points which need to be considered when purchasing specimen trees, such as our pleached, espalier and semi-mature trees or instant hedging elements, such as topiary, which are as follows:
These questions are all just pointers for when thinking about what you are looking to achieve when purchasing our instant hedging or trees. We generally ask these questions in order to give you the right options, making sure the planting goes smoothly and you get the right result for your garden. Emailing us photos with a brief overview of what you would like to do is always a great way for us to see what you are looking to do. It also allows us to know whether we need to conduct a site visit.
There are many opinions on what a ‘safe tree planting distance’ is from buildings. Though, you do need to use some common sense because pleached, espalier and semi-mature trees can do damage to foundations if planted too close.
However, It’s not uncommon if you’re not sure, so our Hedgeforce team can advise you on what we would recommend in terms of planting distances. Our advice will depend on the size of the trees you require and how close you would like them from your property.
All our trees and instant hedging elements are sold without an inclusive delivery cost for a few reasons:
Please see our delivery options guide for further information.
We can offer a range of products for aftercare maintenance, such as the following:
Remember, if you have any concerns or just have a couple of questions, just call our instant hedging experts or send us an email (with or without photos) and we will do our best to offer our advice.