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Flowering Hedge 'Julie'

Height at maturity: Approx 2m (6.6').
Interest: All year.
Planting distance: Approximately every 1.5m (4.9').Although when planting a screening hedge of only 1 species we would advise planting every 80cm (31.5"), in the case of a mixed flowering hedge we are looking for each plant to grow without competing with its neighbour and give its best.
Pruning: A light pruning with shears after flowering is better. Blossoms will be even more beautiful.

One has to see the "flowering hedge" or "4 season's hedge" like a painting canvas. As the succession of the seasons goes on, the painting changes, the colours and the scents vary. It must be a permanently interesting display.

Find each plant's specification:
Abelia grandiflora, beautiful pale pink - white blossom throughout summer
Border Forsythia (Forsythia intermedia), early golden yellow blossom
Elaeagnus ebbingei, white and fragrant blossom from September through to December
Laurustinus (Viburnum tinus), white blossom from November through to April, followed by bluish-black berries
Milkflower Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster lacteus), white blossom in June and July, followed by red fruits in October
Smoke Bush (Cotinus coggygria), feathery inflorescences in summer, red foliage in the autumn
Sweet Mockorange (Philadelphus coronarius), abundant white blossom in summer
Weigelia 'Bristol Ruby', abundant blossom from May through to September, ruby red bell shaped flowers

Other ideas for hedges:
Country Hedge 'Pierre'
Flowering Hedge 'Emma'
Gourmand Hedge 'Ophélie'
Wind Break Hedge

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