Hardy Hedging

Julie Gardiner asked 10 years ago
Last August I planted 12 Viburnum tinus ‘Eve Price’ as hedging in exposed site, all lost after severe (-17)weather in Dec/Jan. Should I try again with same plant? Or would you suggest another plant? Would prefer something with interest eg flowers/berries and evergreen. Soil not up to much but have access to plenty rotted manure and top soil

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Viburnum tinus is normally hardy and last winter was exceptional.

Holly, ordinary green kind, would be more robust, but the ground must be well-drained.

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