The white flowers produced by this tall hedge will mature to yellow, and turn into a profusion of quarter inch bright red fruit.
This fruit will persist into winter, and be a good source of food for wildlife. This shade tolerant tall hedge is hardy in zones three through eight.
One of the more hardy tall hedges is the French pussy willow. This tall hedge will grow to a height of thirteen to twenty five feet.
It is a fast growing hedge, and has lovely white blooms from spring into the summer months. Preferring full sun to thrive, this tall hedge will also grow in partial shade. Needing a lot of water, this tall hedge is hardy in zones two through nine.
A third common tall hedge is the Siberian peashrub. This tall hedge will grow to a height of ten to fifteen feet and have a mature spread of eight to twelve feet.
This tall hedge will also adapt to exposed, cold, dry and other difficult sites.
The showy pea-like flowers will appear in May. This tall hedge is hardy in zones two through seven.