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Nurseries: have you the essential tree materials?

You need to have the right tools to do the best job, that's where PG Horticulture come in. Photo: Jonathan Billinger.

From Tree Bags to Hessian, PG Horticulture has nurseries covered when it comes to tree materials.



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21 November 2018

PG Horticulture is the supplier of choice for tree materials within the UK and Ireland, and has worked closely with tree nurseries for over 25 years. Based in Daventry PG Horticulture holds extensive stock of the most widely used materials  necessary for planting, growing, and moving trees and hedging.


Hedge Bags – The instant hedging market goes from strength to strength and these Hedgeplanta bags provide an innovative solution for growing and transporting instant hedging – available in 85, 90 and 100cm.

Container Bags – are easy to fill and move, with sizes ranging from 15lt up to 113lt. Strong UV stabilised stitching guarantees long product life. Laminated polythene material prevents water loss, with base and side holes providing excellent drainage.

Hessian – is a renewable, natural raw material. This rootballing fabric is 100% biodegradable and can be left in the soil, with a durability of up to 3 months. Available in rolls and squares.

Plantatex – is manufactured from a blend of natural and acrylic fibres. Rootballing with this blended fabric complies with quality specifications for tree nursery plants. The spun fibres are a blend of natural and synthetic fibres providing durability of up to 6 months.

Metal Tree Pallets – Hexagonal galvanised steel tree pallets with lashing points for transporting of trees in Airpots or large containers. Available from 1.4 to 2.4m pallet length.

Tree Bags – simple but effective polythene tree bags in either black HDPE single layer – a strong low-cost plastic bag to prevent weather and mechanical damage during storage and transit, or black/white 3 layer co-extruded bags preventing roots from overheating or drying out.

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