I seem to struggle to keep ny hedges chunky at the base- they all seem to get leggy!
I had some large hebes in front of some laurels, the hebes have been removed and, inevitably, there are gaps at the base of the laurel. Will giving them a "haircut" at the top help them to fatten up at the base?
Is this true for all hedging?
Fences would be easier but birds and insects don't benefit much from fences, do they?