Prickly

Prickly plants have been used for centuries as formidable defensive barriers. Marking a field or garden boundary, penning in livestock or as an added natural barrier on existing fencing or walls to prevent graffiti or access. A little patience is needed as your new prickly defender grows and thickens but when established, your natural barrier will be the most effective and impenetrable security guard.

Choose prickly plants as low hedging, over walls, along fences or as taller hedges along access points.

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  • Blackthorn - Prunus spinosa

    Blackthorn - Prunus spinosa

    A densely spiny suckering shrub. Makes one of the best stock-proof hedges & forms an essential part of wildlife hedges...

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  • Dog Rose - Rosa canina

    Dog Rose - Rosa canina

    Consists of pretty pink and white flowers on arching branches and oval scarlet hips that have great charm...

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  • Hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna

    Hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna

    Best known as a country hedge, but also makes an excellent small garden tree with good wildlife value...

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  • Holly - Ilex aquifolium

    Holly - Ilex aquifolium

    Perhaps our most beautiful native broadleaved evergreen tree. Equally good as a mature tree or an ornamental/evergreen hedge...

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  • Sea Buckthorn - Hippophae rhamnoides

    Sea Buckthorn - Hippophae rhamnoides

    A very attractive tall suckering shrub, found growing wild on sand dunes and coastal sites...

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