Carol Klein shows you how to take hardwood cuttings from the native guelder rose (Viburnum opulus), which makes a beautiful hedgerow shrub with glossy red berries in autumn. Watch this short video clip from Gardeners' World to discover which stems to choose, how to prepare the cuttings and how to plant them. It's a brilliant way to get new plants for free, which you can use to grow your own wildlife-friendly native hedge.
Flowering in late winter to early spring, this relative of forsythia will produce delicate, light pink flowers with a delicious rose and orange blossom scent. Buy one for £14, or save 50 per cent when you buy three for just £21.