HEDGING, YOUNG TREES, SHRUBS AND CONIFERS

The following is a list of plants are considered to be native to the British Isles and are recommended for encouraging wildlife in its many forms. In addition to the above list some Berberis, Cotoneaster and Pyracantha, although not native plants, are recommened for conservation as they bear abundant crops of berries which provide food for wildlife. See plants to attract wildlife for more details.

Alder, Common
Ash
Aspen
Beech, Green
Beech, Purple
Birch, Silver
Blackthorn
Box, Common
Buckthorn, Alder
Buckthorn, Common or Purging
Buckthorn, Sea
Cherry, Bird
Cherry, Wild
Chestnut, Sweet
Crab Apple
Dogwood
Elder
Elm, English
Gorse

Guelder Rose
Hazel
Holly
Honeysuckle, Early Dutch
Hornbeam
Lime, Broad or Large-Leaved
Lime, Small-Leaved
Maple, Field
Mixed Native Hedging
Mountain Ash
Native Tree Collection
Oak, English or Common
Oak, Sessile or Durmast
Pine, Scots
Poplar, White
Potentilla Fruticosa
Quickthorn
Rose, Dog Rose
Rose, Field Rose
Rose, Scotch or Burnet
Rose, Sweet Briar
Service Tree, Wild
Spindle
Wayfaring Tree
Whitebeam
Willow, Goat
Willow, Grey Sallow
Willow, Osier
Willow, White
Yew, English

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