Planting a bareroot hedge is a satisfying job which will keep you warm on a chilly winter’s day. Here’s everything you need to know to tackle the task successfully.
Available as containerised plants, container-grown plants and bare root roses, we take a look at the main differences between each type and explain how to plant them correctly.
Bare root hedge plants are by far one of the greatest savings you can make in the garden. Here’s the best way to spend that hedge fund…
Discover Thompson & Morgan’s top 5 favourite hedges for inspiration and information
New to gardening? Our over wintering advice will help
Caroline Broome’s autumnal blog keeps us amused during the cold weather
Jane Scorer provides valuable advice on preparing for winter in the garden
Advice and information on bare roots and what to do when you receive them