If you aren’t a landscaping expert, then it can be a challenge to figure out what plants to establish in your yard and where. It gets even more complicated when you’re trying to create hedges for a sense of charm in your space.
The best thing you can do before you start landscaping is hiring an expert. They know what to plant and how it will look in your yard before they even begin. However, if you want to do everything yourself, then you need to know which plants will be perfect for hedges. Here’s a list of the most common and preferred below.
Buxus would have to be one of the most common and preferred plants for creating hedges. Buxus, or boxwood as people call it, is an evergreen shrub that people use all the time for sculpting and landscaping. You can shape it, use it as a border plant, and enjoy how little maintenance it requires. It’s also a plant that will thrive in full or partial sun, and well-drained soil.
Weeping Bottlebrush, also known as Callistemon Viminalis, is a common hedge plant in windy and coastal regions. It grows in most soil types, in full sun or partial shade, and require minimal pruning as they grow. What’s more, the Weeping Bottlebrush is an excellent option for hedging if you live somewhere prone to droughts or frost. It’s hardy and will tackle most weather head-on.