Hedge Cutting Crosby

Crosby Hedge Cutting Contractors (L23): When you have hedges in your garden in Crosby it is a good idea to keep them maintained and trimmed. If you've got the necessary tools and sufficient time to do it, it is quite possible for you to trim your own hedges to get them looking in great shape. However, most home owners in Crosby simply do not have the time for this sort of maintenance or aren't fit enough or capable of doing such tasks. It is in these instances when it may be advantageous to get in touch with the professionals.

Hedge Cutting Crosby L23

If you're considering bringing in Crosby hedge cutting specialists, ensure you get someone that knows what they are doing. Getting a nice hedge established costs a lot of money and you don't want yours spoiled by being cut improperly or at the wrong time of the year. An expert hedge cutting contractor will give you guidance regarding the perfect time to work on your hedge and the proper way to complete the task without hurting it.

You might want your hedges clipped into elaborate designs like curves or archways and if so, it's even more crucial that you get a knowledgeable contractor to complete the task. Virtually all run of the mill gardeners in Crosby will be able to trim your hedge, and it should be said that in the main this is not a problem if you've got a gardener who you can depend on and is proficient at this kind of task.

When done the right way, the regular trimming of a hedge makes it strong and healthy, it both promotes new growth and strengthens the root system making the hedge denser and better suited to combat diseases and attacks by pests. A strong and healthy hedge looks much more attractive and serves its proper function in your garden ie provide valuable shelter from windy weather, give you increased privacy and form an effective dividing line between yours and your neighbours garden.

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Hedges that aren't regularly maintained and cut typically become top heavy and straggly with unsightly holes and a general lack of growth and foliage, in particular at the base of the hedge. Regular trimming will keep your hedge neat and encourage fresh new shoots to fill up those unwelcome gaps.

A hedge that is allowed to grow without attention will ultimately spread itself outwards, taking up more room in your garden and producing a substantial patch of leafless twigs internally which will look dreadful when you do ultimately cut it back. It could possibly then take many years to get back to its original shape (if ever).

You may perhaps be curious about the cost of hedge trimming in Crosby, and the reality is that hedge cutting prices in Crosby depend on a few variables including what condition the hedges are in, whether you need the hedge waste to be taken away, the number of hedges needing to be trimmed, how high the hedges stand and the size of the garden.

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When Should You Cut Back Hedges in Crosby: This is often asked by property owners in Crosby and may depend on the type and age of the hedge that you have. A new hedge should be pruned in the winter or spring for the first two years or so. Once fully established hedges need to be cut back 2 or 3 times a year if you are to preserve a nice density and shape (formal hedges). Maintenance hedge trimming is typically done between spring and summer. Some hedge varieties need different treatments so check out the RHS website before you do any serious cutting back on your hedge..

Do I Have to Cut My Neighbour's Hedge in Crosby: This is an interesting question regarding hedges in Crosby, and obviously, broadly speaking, it will depend on what sort of relationship you have with your neighbour. In many cases a neighbour might offer to come and trim your side of the hedge while they are doing their own side of the hedge. Other neighbours will likely not be quite so helpful and will leave you to tackle your side. In general you are able to cut any hedge roots or branches that grow into your property from a public road or a neighbour's property. You can however only chop them back to the property boundary, if you go further you could be liable for damages.

Hedge Types Crosby: There are lots of species of shrub or tree which are typically used to grow hedges, and in some instances hedges are made up of more than one species in which case they're called "mixed hedges". If you include hedgerows in the equation then the number of plant species grows exponentially. Hedges can be coniferous, evergreen or deciduous and each of these groups has a number of varieties which are widely used for hedges. For garden hedges the most common species are western red cedar, cherry laurel, leylandii, privet, beech, hornbeam, yew and box. When it comes to hedgerows you can add oak, dog rose, hazel, rowan, field maple, hawthorn, crab apple and lot's more. (Tags: Hedge Varieties Crosby, Hedge Types Crosby)

Bird's Nests Crosby: A very important factor you ought to be alert to when cutting hedges in Crosby is the current law with regards to nesting birds. The RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) recommends that cutting trees and hedges should not be carried out during the breeding season, which occurs between March and August. For many people this is exactly the time frame when they'd be cutting their hedges. The Wildlife and Countryside Act (1981) actually states that it's an 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 carefully check for any bird's nests that are in use and thus help to preserve our prized wildlife. (Tags: Nesting Birds, Bird's Nests)

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A recent search on a local business directory for "hedge cutting Crosby Merseyside" returned these results: GT Trees & Gardens L22 5ND, MS Garden Services L23 4TS, Brancker Tree Services L23 9UY.

Some Crosby roads served by Crosby hedge cutting specialists: Haddington Road, Alexandra Road, Claremont Road, Coronation Road, Queens Road, Partridge Road, Margaret Road, Greenway, The Serpentine, College Avenue, Manor Road, Beech Avenue, Holly Mews, Park Drive, Water Street, Old Farm Road, Back Lane, Thornfield Road, Liverpool Road, Tarragon Close, Princes Avenue, Tudor Road, Burbo Bank Road South, Edge Lane, The Close, Cavalier Close.

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