10 Plants to Make Low Hedges

Hedges are made up of shrubs and flowering plants as well, and are ideal for defining certain parts of the garden. Do you want to maintain a clear view of the landscape while creating partitions or simply to beautify the garden? It will then be necessary to give preference to low hedges, highlighting evergreen or flowering plants with a height of 80 cm to 1.50 m. You can also place it in front of a higher hedge for a greater covering effect. Here is a list of 10 plants for making low hedges.

Low hedge to put in front of the house

1) Mexican dwarf orange tree

The Mexican Dwarf Orange Tree gives you a delicious scent that will scent your entire garden!

Mexico orange tree
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2) laurel palm

Please note that the berries are not edible.

cherry palm laurel
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Low maintenance no maintenance required

1) Miscanthus

Miscanthus is similar to pampas flowers. You can dry dry its long, hairy stems for use in decorating your home.

misanthus
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2) dwarf bamboo

Be careful, dwarf bamboo, like classic bamboo, is an invasive plant that grows very quickly. So remember to control its growth.

Fargesia murielae dwarf bamboo
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flowering hedges

1) toothed spirea

Toothed spiraea are named after their delicate, soft, lace-like flowers.

Spiraea cinerea 'Grefsheim' serrated meadow low hedge low hedge
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2) Afghani sage

Afghani Hakim Perovskia atriplicifolia
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