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Supplier for tall ‘red robin’ hedge?

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Ian H, 15 Jul 2020.

  1. Ian H

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    Hiya we bought some red robins last year at £19.99 from our local garden centre, and ten months later there nearly two metres high already, and there in clay soil, we put in plenty of compost when we planted them, I personally wouldn't spend what they want on high specimens, the grow fast any way.
    Hope this was of some help.
     
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  6. Just googled, they grow 30cms a year so I agree, get smaller & cheaper ones, wait and spend the money you save on beer! :)
     
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    I bought large laurels on ebay a few years ago, was good value. Take a look there maybe
     
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  10. Ian H

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    Small ones might be better then. The driveway people have prepped the area I said to leave ready for block paving so they will likely be in a big long pot now.
     
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    Lavender grows well in poor conditions.
     
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    It would have to grow well to reach 2m:ROFLMAO:
     
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