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great job. Can almost smell the wood burning :001_smile:

 

Did some hedgelaying years ago at college. Used the traditional method (mathook?)

 

Wouldnt mind having another bash at this. Looks quite satisfying.

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The first one I've been putting off for a few years as it was mostly blackthorn, all greened up nicely now just got to gap up acouple of places and back fence it :thumbup1:

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:thumbup: Photo of a hedge I laid Sussex Bullock style next to Bewl Reservoir c 2005

 

 

Now I do mainly Devon style (no stakes or binders needed) - so its a lot quicker!

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:thumbup: Photo of a hedge I laid Sussex Bullock style next to Bewl Reservoir c 2005

 

 

Now I do mainly Devon style (no stakes or binders needed) - so its a lot quicker!

 

Beautiful piece of work that arbgirl. :thumbup1::thumbup1:

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I am far from an expert Brendon, but i live in a rural part of england and have seen allsorts used- pretty much whatever is there!

 

Do you guys do anything similar- i assume so but wasnt sure?

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Hi Any hard woods best done in autumn / winter .

Most Laying in England is with Hawthorne. This being when the enclosure act came to being in the 17/18th century.:thumbup:

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Here is some of my work. bottom pics at Yorks show (education)

 

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