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hedge-problem

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 15:27

hello again,

I forgot to say that the bed is okay not particularly dry .It is in partial shade do to a neighbours lleylandii trees cutting some light.

hedge-problem

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 15:17

Hello everyone thank you for replying .I was looking for something more substantial than a trellis hedge.kids might try and pull it down even on my side of the wall.I was told in another forum that yew if well pruned would be  a good choice.I can wait even if its slow growth just as long as i know a good solid hedge is taking shape.I wonder what members think about a laurel hedge?

hedge-problem

Posted: 22/08/2013 at 11:13

Hello to everyone,
I wondered if anyone could help me find a solution to a problem I have with my boundary.My boundary is a 6ft concrete wall that is next to a pathway leading to an estate behind my property.I suffer from alot of anti-social behaviour from kids throwing from the pathway at my windows.I want to plant a some hedging that will go right next to my side of the wall.I would like something that would be a solid barrier and grow to about 8-10ft high.The problem is it would have to be planted close to the wall otherwise I would have to dismantle my drive.I am worried about any hedge whose roots would affect the foundation of my wall.It would also be planted ideally near to a garage aswell.I would like any suggestions for a hedging plant that would suit my purposes?Would yew be a possibilty?


regards
andy

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