It seems probable that a good number of the plants introduced to Camden Park were considered possible candidates for living fences.
Fully hardy, dense, compact, evergreen shrub, with dark purple fruits. A very useful species for hedging. To 1.2m. [RHSD, Hilliers', Hortus].
Evergreen shrub with zigzagged pink or red stems with dark green leaves, to 5cm long, with bold white variegation. To 1m. [RHSD, Hortus].
Fully hardy, bushy, rounded shrub or small tree with glossy, ovate to oblong leaves, notched at the tips. To 5m. [RHSE, Hortus, Hilliers'].
See Buxus sempervirens L. for information on the species. Arborescens is a form that develops into a large shrub or small tree. [Hortus, Hilliers'].
Half hardy, erect, prickly shrub or small tree with 2-pinnate leaves, to 30cm long, composed of numerous elliptic leaflets, and erect racemes, to 20cm long, of up to 40 bowl-shaped orange-yellow flowers from spring to autumn. To 4m. [RHSE, Hortus].
Frost-tender, spiny shrub, the spines to 3cm long and usually forked, with box-like leaves and small, white, sweetly-scented flowers in summer, followed by red berries. To 1.5m. [RHSD, Hortus].
Medium sized to large deciduous tree with a grey, fluted trunk and ovate, serrate, ribbed leaves and fruiting catkins to 12cm long. Usually keeps its dead leaves through winter. To 20m but often grown as a hedge in a similar way to Beech. An excellent hedging species. [RHSD, Hortus, Hilliers'].
Irregularly branched small, spiny tree with elliptic-oval pale green leaves and white flowers followed by round to oval green fruit, ranging in taste from acid to sweetish. To 4m. [RHSD, Hortus].
Fully hardy upright or tree-like shrub with broadly heart-shaped leaves and pendant catkins in winter and spring, followed by the edible nuts. To 5m. An important economic crop. The Filbert differs from the common Hazel-nut in having nuts in ones, twos or threes completely enclosed in a longer, lobed husk. [RHSE, Hortus, Hilliers'].
Fully-hardy, rounded, thorny, deciduous tree with 3-5-lobed glossy leaves and corymbs of up to 10 white to pink flowers in late spring, followed by round red fruit. To 8m. [RHSE, Hortus, Hilliers'].
For information on the species see Crataegus monogyna Jacq. The variety commonly called plena has double white flowers, ageing to pink. [RHSE, Hortus, Hilliers'].
For information on the species see Crataegus monogyna Jacq. The variety punicea is a cultivar with single, scarlet or dark red flowers. [Hortus, Hilliers'].
For information on the species see Crataegus monogyna Jacq. The variety rosea is a rose-pink-flowered form with single flowers. In English hedgerows it is occasionally seen among the white. [Hortus, Hilliers'].
Spiny shrub or small tree with glossy, oblong-ovate leaves and inconspicuous green or yellow flowers, followed by edible spherical fruits, to 4cm in diameter, with an apricot odour. To 6m. [RHSD, Hortus].
Fully hardy, broadly conical, deciduous shrub or small tree, with spreading, somewhat pendant shoots, scalloped dark green leaves, to 7cm long, which turn red in autumn, and 4-lobed, clustered red fruit. To 3m. [RHSE, Hortus, Hilliers'].