Trimming

  • Hedges of a variety of species may be trimmed to create a uniform boundary, entry and climbing methods may be necessary to access the tops of hedges in order to trim.

Reducing

  • Hedges which have become too tall or wide and are now a nuisance; casting too much shade or encroaching on your garden, may be reduced in height or width, if necessary in annual stages.

Re-instating

  • Hedges which have become dilapidated and ineffective can be repaired by laying, layering and replanting and if necessary earthwork banking.

Laying

  • Hedge laying can be undertaken in order to re-create a thicker or lower and more effective hedge by means of laying using traditional methods.

Planting

  • New hedges can be created by planting quality stock of suitable species or mix of species in a pattern and spacing. This is directed by the end result hedge you require.