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Yes Doug to all your questions. The estate I have been working for does not fence after the hedge has been layed.

You need a good hedge and leave the brash one one side. NHLS - Home page

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Love to see an "after" Shot. Never seen anything like this down our way.

It looks like the base of the tree is almost cut through to lay it over, i take it that it fully recovers and grows away nicely?

 

The first pic of this sequence is now in it's second summer since laying, the others are of the hedge I did this winter, one shot of a stump, about 2" diameter and it is already regenerated 4 shoots, ai'nt nature brilliant.

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One I'm doing at the minute, been layed about 20-30 years ago at a guess, gapped up with blackthorn at some point and then flailed umtil about 7 years a go and left to regrow for laying, so its a bit interesting :001_cool:

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Nice job :thumbup1: Not quite sure what style mines classed as, think its a cross between midlands and welsh :001_cool::laugh1:

 

not a expert on different styles but looks very welsh to me. if midlands would have one row of stakes and binders on top. maybe breckon style. but nice job.

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

 

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nice to see john Savings little hedges with all the different gates looks good

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I have never done hedgelaying before but would love to have a go at it.

 

south of england hedgelaying society have 3 training days and a improvers day. will start again in october. worth giving them a call to find out. getting near end of season march and that will be it untill middle september

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doing a hazel hedge at present will get some photos of before and when finished. i have attached a hedge i did 2 winters ago old blackthorn 60 plus years and flailed to death

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