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9 hours ago, Dorset Hedgelayer said:

Today's job, nice road side hedge, opened up the garden, sorted out a tired and gappy hedge, will rejuvenate and great environment for nature. Tomorrow carry on down the road in to a not so nice section. 

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Tidy job,i,ve not started yet

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Another garden hedge done in between not being able to get across fields at the moment, always good to have a couple like this to fall back on. Had been laid before but Dorset/Devon style low to the ground, compared to its new look South of England styleIMG_0281.thumb.JPG.fdcd9834611dd0a65ecae148f7762f1a.JPGIMG_0285.thumb.JPG.013055d1ebd521320878308371a67b95.JPGIMG_0282.thumb.JPG.f9f54d964aa2b66ba58c1870670f9ed4.JPGIMG_0286.thumb.JPG.b78c9f577901f934adad710688f8d34e.JPG 

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Interesting pictures.

 

I always associated hedgelaying as something done down the edge of a field.

 

Never really considered horticultural hedgelaying like the pictures above to be a 'thing'.

 

Good to see that there are enlightened homeowners willing to invest in it.  Nice work.

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58 minutes ago, Dorset Hedgelayer said:

Another garden hedge done in between not being able to get across fields at the moment, always good to have a couple like this to fall back on. Had been laid before but Dorset/Devon style low to the ground, compared to its new look South of England styleIMG_0281.thumb.JPG.fdcd9834611dd0a65ecae148f7762f1a.JPGIMG_0285.thumb.JPG.013055d1ebd521320878308371a67b95.JPGIMG_0282.thumb.JPG.f9f54d964aa2b66ba58c1870670f9ed4.JPGIMG_0286.thumb.JPG.b78c9f577901f934adad710688f8d34e.JPG 

Tidy job:thumbup:

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13 minutes ago, SimpleSimon said:

I went and did an introductory course on Friday. This is the result that four of us achieved under the guidance of our teacher. 

 

 

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Looks tidy Simon,whereabouts did you do it and did you enjoy it?

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