Posted: 28/03/2014 at 22:06
Really a sad state of affairs, when you have difficult neighbours. Of course you could suggest to your neighbour, that they have the legal right, to cut back any trespassing branch etc. However they must returnthe cu-off to you.
A problem most encountered here is. We always tend to plant far too close to the dividing line. If possible. Prior to planting. Read up onthe possible height and spread of your subject. Then plant accordingly. Perhaps as a suggestion. A laural hedge. If left for a while. Laurels will grow straight up. Usually it is only after a long time or cutting back, that they will branch out. Nauty thought by Mike. From your side of the hedge. You can do what you like. At the same time, if left untouched. You will look out upon a bright grren hedge. Next door. Should they take to cutting back. Their view will be, Well not that very attractive. Perhaps I should change my name. Mike, the cunning old fox!!!!