Hedge Cutting Aldershot

Aldershot Hedge Cutting Contractors (GU11): When you've got hedges in your garden in Aldershot you should keep them properly trimmed. If you have the time and the right tools to do it, it is fairly easy to trim your own hedges to get them looking in great shape. However, the majority of property owners in Aldershot simply do not have the time for this type of routine maintenance or else are not fit enough or capable of doing such tasks. It is in these cases when it may be better to call in the professionals.

Hedge Cutting Aldershot GU11

If you are thinking about calling in Aldershot hedge cutting specialists, make sure you get someone who knows what they're doing. Getting a nice hedge established costs a considerable amount of money and you want to avoid yours being ruined by being cut improperly or at the wrong time. A skilled hedge cutting contractor will give you guidance about the perfect time to cut back your prized hedge and the proper way to get the job done without damaging it.

Its possible you might want your hedges cut into intricate designs for instance archways or curves and if so, it is even more crucial that you hire an experienced contractor to perform the task. Many run of the mill gardeners in Aldershot will of course be happy to cut your hedge, and it should be stated that in many instances this is perfectly okay if you have a gardener who you can rely on and is skilled at this sort of task.

When done properly, trimming a hedge helps keep it strong and healthy, it both strengthens the root system and promotes new growth making the hedge denser and in a better position to fight diseases and attacks by pests. A strong and healthy hedge looks better and serves its proper purpose in your garden ie provide shelter from sormy weather, give you increased privacy and form a dividing line between your garden and your neighbours.

Hedge Trimming Aldershot

Hedges that aren't properly maintained and cut are inclined to become top heavy and patchy with ugly holes and a lack of growth and foliage, particularly at the bottom of the hedge. Repeated trimming will keep your hedge neat and allow new shoots to fill any unsightly gaps.

A hedge that's permitted to grow without trimming will spread itself outwards, taking up more room in your garden and creating a big area of leafless branches on the inside which will look horrible when you do ultimately cut it back. It may well take years to regain its optimal shape (if it ever does).

You might be wondering about the costs involved with hedge trimming in Aldershot, and the truth of the matter is that hedge cutting prices in Aldershot are dependent on several factors including the condition of the hedges, whether you need the hedge waste to be removed, how high the hedges are, the number of hedges that need to be trimmed and the size of the garden concerned.

Privet Hedges Aldershot: One of the most popular hedge varieties is privet, an evergreen flowering shrub growing into medium sized, dense bushes. Privet is a perfect choice for a hedge as it grows relatively slowly, forms a compact, dense bush and stays green all through the year. Fully established privet hedges should be trimmed two or three times annually during the growing season to keep a good density of foliage and maintain a neat shape. You may even try a little bit of topiary (cutting into fancy shapes) with privet although yew and box are more suitable candidates for this activity.

Hedge Types Aldershot: There are numerous species of tree and shrub which are used to form hedges, and sometimes hedges are comprised of more than one species in which event they are known as "mixed hedges". If you include hedgerows in the equation then the list of plant species grows exponentially. Hedges can be deciduous, coniferous or evergreen and each group has a number of species which are commonly used for hedges. For garden hedges the most widespread species are western red cedar, leylandii, cherry laurel, yew, privet, beech, box and hornbeam. When considering hedgerows you can also add crab apple, hazel, oak, field maple, dog rose, hawthorn, rowan and more. (Tags: Hedge Varieties Aldershot, Hedge Types Aldershot)

Bird's Nests Aldershot: Another detail you have to be alert to when cutting back hedges in Aldershot is the current legislation relating to nesting birds. The RSPB recommends that cutting trees and hedges should not be done during the breeding season, which occurs between March and August. For most people this would be exactly the time when they'd be trimming their hedges. The Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981) actually states that it is a punishable offence "to intentionally take, damage or destroy the nest of any wild bird while it is in use or being built". So, before cutting back your hedges please check for any bird's nests that are being used and thus help to preserve our precious wildlife. (Tags: Nesting Birds, Bird's Nests)

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