For the first time ever, you have the opportunity to own a piece of the legendary Sanford Stadium hedges. These iconic green guardians have witnessed decades of triumphs, cheers, and unforgettable moments in Bulldog history. First planted in 1996, the hedges are being removed from Sanford Stadium so new plants can replace them.


• Georgia defeated Tennessee in 2000, leading to the crowd storming the field
• The iconic Blackout game of 2007 led to Georgia defeating Auburn 45-20
• The Kirby Smart-era was issued in with at 93K Day, which saw a sellout for the 2016 spring game
• A new Sanford Stadium attendance record was set when 93,246 helped Georgia defeat Notre Dame
• In 2019, the stadium was officially renamed Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium, honoring the late great Vince Dooley
• Dawg Nation celebrated both the 2022 and 2023 national titles

And so many more…..

A Piece of History

Interested in learning more about how the Hedges are brought from Sanford Stadium to your yard? Check out this video where The Hedge Fund’s Eric Pope explains the careful process of preserving the legacy of Sanford Stadium’s historic Hedges. Planted in 1996 after the Olympics, these Hedges have seen almost 30 years of Georgia glory. As their successors continue the legacy of their forebearers, the legend of these Hedges will live on in the yards of Georgia fans for years to come.


These historic hedges are limited to only 1,000 pieces, making each one a rare and cherished collector’s item. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Sanford Stadium lore. All hedges will be authenticated by Top Tier Authentics.

• Sales for 21 Club Members will open on Wednesday, March 27th at 2pm
• Sales for the general public will open on Friday, March 29th at 2pm
• Hedges will cost $110 each


Pickup Information:
When: TBD
Where: TBD

If you are interested in purchasing a hedge or have already purchased, we are not currently offering any shipping options due to the fragile nature of the plant but we are expecting to do pickups in Athens throughout the summer (roughly one a month) and once dates, times, and locations are set, we will email that info to those that have purchased in order for them to make plans to pickup.


Proceeds from Hedge sales will benefit the Classic City Collective, the official collective of the University of Georgia.

To gain access to the early sale, fans may join the 21 Club and help support student athletes. CCC Members will receive an email with early sale information on 3/27.

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