Dictionary Definition of an hedge: A hedge is a living fence made of closely planted bushes, which, as they grow and get trimmed and shaped, form a wall of green.
I only gave them an haircut in March. Look how unruly they have become already.
Talking of haircuts. You can take your dog to be groomed and clipped but you can't go in a barbers to get an haircut at the moment. It could only happen in Ireland.😊
I USUALLY trim my hedges five times a year. Living on the Gulf stream they (who are "they?") say we get ten months of growth. I have decided to ask what you think on the matter folks.
The birds are currently nesting in outbuildings, nest boxes, trees and hedges. I once found a Robin's nest in an old kettle that had no lid. Do you think birds would nest in a roadside hedge? I 'm not so sure.
Do you think I should leave my unruly hedges until June or should I get out the petrol hedge trimmer and give them a trim?
I live in the countryside next to the sea. Is it so important to have your garden manicured like a bowling green or a billiard table?
Where do you stop? Do we really need to mow the lawns every week?