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Hedging and Horses

Posted: 08/02/2014 at 14:09

Wow!  Thanks to all these wonderful ideas.  I really do appreciate all your help and will google all the hedges mentioned to find out more.

 Hypercharleyfarley.......we currently have a post and wire fence at the bottom of the garden. (between us and the horses)  The problem is that the owners of the horses insist on parking their cars directly in our line of view.  They also have enough clutter of pallets, material and old rubbish in the field that I've now had enough and want to screen off as much of their rubbish as I can without completely obliterating our view.  Yes, I have tried speaking to the horse owners but they just don't seem to understand!

Hedging and Horses

Posted: 08/02/2014 at 12:40

I would like to plant a 40 foot hedge along the back part of our garden.  I'd like it to grow to about 4 feet high.  BUT I need something that horses won't eat and will give us privacy all year round.  I have tried pampas grass and the horses ate all of that they have also eaten my forsythia.I have sandy soil.  Any ideas welcomed.

christmas tree

Posted: 08/12/2013 at 18:18

Thank you so much.  I will take your advice. 

christmas tree

Posted: 08/12/2013 at 11:40

I too have a Christmas tree in a pot. It's been in the same pot for about 3 years.    It looks rather sad and I would like to know if I should re-pot it now to try and revive it.  Can I re-pot now or should I wait until Spring?

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