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hi pixie queen
I took the hedge down by half and like you wondered what would happen but it soon grew back and is now ready for another trim so dont worry, it will be fine. I also took some off the sides to make it thinner and again no problem
Hope this helps
my photo is the allotment i have taken over, and as you can see not too much work to do! my name is easy, a lorry driving scuba diver.
yes tattianna, but would like to be busier planting rather than just getting the allotment tamed
beautifull and sunny here in sheffield but a sprinkling of snow. Off to the new allotment to hang the gate and get all the wood down ready to make the raised beds, wife waiting in for delivery of greenhouse so heres to spring if it ever arrives.
can you use privet for pea sticks as I now have lots of them
no doubt i will have to replace the lost fluids with a nice glass or two of red!
Thanks again, I just hope the weather is kind over Christmas and I will get it done.
it stands at about 20-30 feet tall, so will it take a cut down to 5 feet in 1 go?
thanks alot, I will give it a good prune over Christmas,weather permitting, and look forward to a thicker hedge in a couple of years.
i agree with colin, i dont think that you can beat musselbrough for reliability and taste