Hedge plants: prices
The prices of hedge plants vary according to two main parameters: the type of plants chosen, and their size at the time of purchase. Typically, the most common and widespread varieties do not present any type of cultivation problem, and have a very rapid development: if this is true for life in the garden or in pots, it is also so with regard to development in the nursery; and therefore a plant producer will take a limited period of time to produce this type of plant. The more prized ones, on the other hand, usually tend to have a more contained development, require special care and also have a more elegant foliage or more decorative flowers. If your hedge turns out to be an integral part of the garden, then it is important that you carefully choose the shrubs that compose it, also spending a few euros more to obtain a much more pleasant decorative structure.
Low-cost hedge plants
The species we most commonly see used to form hedges are usually also those with a fairly low initial price; in the nursery we find various types of shrubs, about 30-50 cm high, very suitable for making hedges. These are generally viburnum vat, pitosforo, privet, boxwood, cypress, fotinia, evonimo, piracanta, laurel ceraso. To all these evergreen species, we can add some typical flowering plants, used to form hedges, such as forsythia, bougainvillea, passionflower, wisteria, trachelospermum, jasmine of various different species. These are plants that are not sold at excessive prices, and a single specimen can be purchased for figures around 7-15 euros; clearly, the smaller the shrub is, the lower its initial price will be. But all the plants listed above tend to develop fairly quickly, and therefore it is quite convenient to choose small specimens, which over the years will quickly occupy all the available space.