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  • Walnut Regia Ornamental Tree | Hedging.ie
    a height of 15 feet and a spread of 10 feet in 10 years Characteristics Growth Rate 6 inches 12 inches Hardiness Hardy Soil Conditions Most soil types Flower Small flowers Leaves Edible Nuts Pricing Size Size 6 foot Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use Get in touch for

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  • Paul’s Scarlet Tree | Hedging.ie
    Grows to a height of 15ft and a spread of 20 in 10 years Characteristics Hardiness Hardy Soil Conditions Most soil types Flower Red flower Pricing Size Size 7 foot Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use Get in touch for selection and planting advice Contact Adrian 087 2630523 Free

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  • Weeping Birch Ornamental Tree | Hedging.ie
    garden working well in water gardens The Weeping Birch grows to a height of 12 feet and a spread of 8 feet in 10 year period Characteristics Soil Conditions Most soil types Flower Yellow brown catkins in spring Pricing Size Size 7 foot Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use

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  • Himalayan Birch | Hedging.ie
    plantings in big gardens Grows to a height of 12ft and a spread of 6ft in 10 years Characteristics Hardiness Hardy Soil Conditions Most soil types Leaves Yellow Catkins Pricing Size Size 8 foot Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use Get in touch for selection and planting advice Contact

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  • Maple Ornamental | Hedging.ie
    Height 20 feet and spread 12 feet after 15 yrs Characteristics Hardiness Hardy Soil Conditions Most soil types Pricing Size Size 7 foot Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use Get in touch for selection and planting advice Contact Adrian 087 2630523 Free Delivery Nationwide Ornamental Trees Lime Mountain Ash

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  • Variegated Maple - Acer Drumondii | Hedging.ie
    or avenues Height 20 feet and spread 12 feet after 15 yrs Characteristics Hardiness Hardy Soil Conditions Most soil types Pricing Size Size feet and inches Price POA Place an Order Hedging ie We sell and deliver trees nationwide Whips standards in all varieties immediate available Suitable for residential agricultural and commerical use Get in touch for selection and planting advice Contact Adrian 087 2630523 Free Delivery Nationwide Ornamental Trees

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  • A Guide To Trees in Ireland | Hedging.ie
    only ever tend to reach a maximum of 15 metres in height and are found on the edge of woods and forests They contain bitter apples that are edible and are often used to make apple sauce and jelly Elder This small tree is found in hedges growing only to a maximum of 6 foot in height Flowers blossom from this tree in spring and it grows berries in the autumn Hazel Hazel is more of a shrub than a tree and it is typically found growing beneath the canopy of Ash or Oak trees Hazel nuts grow from these trees and they are edible Holly Holly is one of the few evergreen trees that are native to Ireland It can withstand harsh weather and it contains red berries Its leaves are frequently used in Christmas decorations and wreaths Pedunculate Oak Pedunculate oak trees produce acorns with stalks It is one of the largest and longest types of trees native to Ireland This type of tree is typically found on heavy soil in the Midlands Rowan Much like the bird cherry this small tree contains red berries that are edible for birds and it is a good tree coloniser Sessile oak Sessile oaks can grow up to a height of 40 metres and take hundreds of years to reach maturity Found mostly along the West coast of Ireland Sessile oak trees provide an ideal habitat for many species to grow Scots Pine A tree that was once almost extinct in Ireland Scots Pine grows to 40 metres in height with its seeds serving as a source of food for squirrels Spindle This small tree is not very common and is most well known for its pink berries and orange seeds Strawberry Tree An evergreen tree typically found in the Southwest

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  • Benefits of Planting Shelterbelt Trees | Hedging.ie
    the elements and reducing the impact that severe weather has on the soil by providing much needed shelter Shelterbelts can also provide protection to the shoreline by protecting against the impact of salt carried by the wind Water Management Shelterbelts can be used to effectively manage wastewater The trees essentially become storage vessels for the pollutants within wastewater that would otherwise end up polluting the nearest stream river or lake They can enable better water quality by extracting key nutrients from groundwater Shelterbelts can also enable the draining of floodplains from water and streams preventing over bank spilling They can also be used to trap large quantities of snow and therefore help with the provision of water quantity and improve water availability required for soil and plants Air Control On farmyards shelterbelts can help to absorb the drift of pesticide chemicals from polluting the air As the chemicals approach the belt some go around the end of the belt some go through the belt and most go over the top of the belt enabling the trees and shrubs to effectively reduce the level of pesticides in the air Shelterbelts can also help to absorb odours arising from livestock in the farmyard Odours generated by animals tend to form as particulates and trees and shrubs have the ability to impede the movement of these particulates Wildlife Shelterbelts have proved an effective refuge for wildlife with the ability of the trees and plants to protect the soil enable water conservation and protect against the elements serving to provide the ideal habitat for wildlife Energy Conservation Planting shelterbelt trees and shrubs around farms and properties can reduce energy bills By reducing the force of the winter wind shelterbelts can reduce heating bills and as they provide shade from the sun in the summer

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