Deciduous hedges

Like most shrubs and trees, a deciduous hedge loses its leaves in autumn. And thus its attractive green colour. Some types such as beech are partly deciduous and retain their brown wrinkled foliage in the winter months. Nonetheless, deciduous hedges have much to offer. Every season, you are pleasantly surprised with new, often profuse, colours, shapes, blossom, and – with kiwi and grape for example – fruit. As regards maintenance, the deciduous plant does not differ essentially from the evergreen. So mainly just listen to your green heart!

Total Evergreen Marcescent Deciduous
  • Acer campestre

    Field maple

  • Carpinus betulus


  • Cornus mas

    Cornelian cherry dogwood

  • Fagus sylvatica

    European beech

  • Fagus sylvatica Atropunicea

    Purple european beech

  • Hydrangea anomala petiolaris

    Climbing hydrangea

  • Larix kaempferi

    Japanese larch

  • Liquidambar styraciflua

    Sweet gum

  • Liquidambar styraciflua Worplesdon

    Sweet gum Worplesdon

  • Metasequoia glyptostroboides

    Dawn redwood

  • Parrotia persica Vanessa

    Persian Ironwood

  • Tilia cordata