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Hazel Hurdles & Willow Fencing Hurdles are perhaps the oldest form of fencing in Britain, dating back as far as Neolithic times 5000 years ago. Robust, beautiful and eco-friendly, they are not only ideal for the traditional English Country Garden, but also provide gardeners in the 21st Century with the opportunity to create a unique, natural look for modern urban spaces. Available in 3,4,5 & 6ft high in Hazel, & Willow
Hedge laying (stake and binder) The classic hedge laying. Natural stakes are driven in every 18-30” and the “pleachers” (the attached pieces of partially cut hedge) are weaved in and out laying 45 degrees up hill to promote growth. A top weave of either hazel or the off cuts from the hedge to keep a nice uniform top and keep the pleachers in place. Hedge laying is calculated in 22yard lengths called “a chain”
Hedges A range of hedging options from evergreens to traditional mixed hedging varieties. Grants maybe available for you. We can help you look at all the options.
Hedge laying first of the 2 types of hedge laying we do is uses the standing hedge to support the “pleachers” (the attached pieces of partially cut hedge) as they are bent and weaved in to the hedge to thicken up thin areas and produce a tight hedge. Hedge laying is calculated in 22yard lengths called “a chain”
Ha Ha A trench, one side of which is concealed from view, designed to allow an unobstructed view from a garden, pleasure-ground, or park, while maintaining a physical barrier in one direction, usually to keep livestock out. (library picture)
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