- Bare Root supplied 90-120cm lengths
- Qualifies for the GLAS Scheme
- Suitable for planting in most types soil
- Can grow between 5-8 metres tall
- Position in full sun or partial shade
Cratagus Monogyna, known as Common Hawthorn, is a shrub or small tree which can grow between 5-8 metres tall. It features thorny branches which feature white flowers in late spring. In autumn is produces red haws which can be used to make jam. It grows in most soils and can tolerate wind and coastal exposure. It should be positioned in full sun or partial shade. Under the GLAS Scheme you can plant up to 200m of new hedgegrow to qualify for up to €5 per metre for 5 years.
|WEIGHT :||1.000 KG|