With hedge plants, you create a lively enclosure for small and large areas, keeping curious eyes and uninvited guests away. In addition, hedges serve as a valuable habitat for the local wildlife. For gardens of any size there is an extensive selection of evergreen and summer green hedges. The spectrum ranges from typical varieties such as arborvitaes (Thuja), yews (Taxus), box honeysuckles (Lonicera nitida) and whitethorns (Crataegus monogyna), to honeysuckles (Lonicera) and European beeches (Fagus sylvatica). Flowering hedge plants such as Spiraea arguta or Maule's quinces (Chaenomeles japonica) are particularly appreciated. Since the installation of a hedge is always associated with a high workload and considerable costs, it is worthwhile to explore the existing options beforehand. Thus, there is a trend towards mixed hedges, which you can individually combine on the basis of this information from the ideal hedge plants for the predetermined location. One of the main pillars in the cultivation program is the proper shaping and maintenance cut at the right time. We will take a detailed look at these questions. In addition, profound care guides will clarify all important measures regarding the watering, fertilizing, multiplication or wintering.