Red Leaf Barberry Hedge. (5 shrubs for 30$). This thorny, brightly colored shrub is the perfect choice to create a barrier against unwanted traffic or to deter deer. Left to grow naturally it has 5-7' spread and height but can be pruned and maintained at a much smaller size.
Briar patches are thickets comprised of the overgrowth of plants, such as blackberry or raspberry bushes, that are both unsightly and potentially harmful due to their thorny vines. Common vines that ...
Building an Edible Hedge Row -- 1) Cut tree branches (all sizes) & stack in side-by-side piles approx 6-8 ft high. 2) Scatter berry bush cuttings, plants, seeds, etc., throughout the piles. 3) Berry bushes will grow and vine through the tree branches, making a strong, thick, thorny hedgerow wall. 4) Trim wall sides as needed to prevent too much spreading into your field, yard, etc.
Blessings Rose: Hybrid Teas; bush (1967), climber (1975), rare, soft coral-pink continuous flowering, scented, not very tolerant of shade, not very thorny, not very attractive to bees. An outstanding bedding rose.