Hedge Cutting March

March Hedge Cutting Contractors (PE15): When you have hedges in your garden in March you should keep them properly maintained and trimmed. Assuming you have the time and the necessary tools to do it, it is quite possible for you to trim your own hedges and keep them looking tidy and neat. However, a lot of property owners in March just don't have enough time for this kind of regular maintenance or are not fit enough or capable of doing such tasks. It's in cases like this when it may be a good idea to get in touch with the professionals.

Hedge Cutting March Cambridgeshire PE15

An experienced hedge cutting contractor will advise you with regards to the most appropriate time to work on your hedge and the best way to do it without harming it. Growing a hedge costs a considerable amount of money and you don't want yours spoilt by being incorrectly cut or done at the wrong time of the year. So if you're giving some thought to bringing in March hedge cutting specialists, ensure you get hold of somebody that knows what they are up to.

You may want your hedges trimmed into intricate designs for instance archways or curves and if so, it is even more vital that you choose an experienced contractor to perform the work. Virtually all standard gardeners in March will be willing to trim your hedges, and it should be stated that in many instances this is not a problem assuming you have a gardener who is trustworthy and is competent at this type of task.

When done properly, regularly trimming a hedge helps to keep it healthy and strong, it both encourages new growth and improves the root system making the hedge thicker and in a better position to fight diseases and attacks by pests. A strong and healthy hedge looks much more attractive and serves its proper function in your garden ie give you increased privacy, provide shelter from sormy weather and form an effective dividing line between your garden and your neighbours.

Hedge Trimming in March

Hedges that aren't regularly maintained and cut have a tendency to become straggly and top heavy with unsightly gaps and a general lack of growth and foliage, particularly at the base of the hedge. Repeated trimming will keep your hedges compact and allow fresh new shoots to fill those unsightly gaps.

A hedge that is allowed to grow without attention will also spread itself outwards, taking up more room in your garden and creating a significant clump of leafless twigs on the inside which are going to look shocking when you do eventually cut it back. It may then take several years to get back to its desired shape (if it ever does).

You could at this stage be wondering about the costs involved with hedge trimming in March, and the truth is that hedge cutting prices in March hinge on a few things including the size of the property, whether the hedge waste needs to be taken away, the height of the hedges, the condition of the hedges and the number of hedges that require trimming.

When Should You Cut Back Hedges in March: This is a question often asked by property owners in March and may depend on the type and age of the hedge that you have. A new hedge must be pruned in the winter or spring for the first two years. Once they're fully established hedges need to be cut back 2 or 3 times per year if you intend to preserve a nice shape and density. Maintenance hedge trimming is generally carried out between spring and summer. Different varieties of hedge need to have different treatments so check with a hedge specialist before trimming your hedge. (Tags: Hedge Trimming March, Hedge Cutting March, Hedge Pruning March).

Can I Cut My Neighbour's Hedge in March: This is an intriguing question regarding hedges in March, and obviously, in the most part, it will depend on just how you get on with your neighbours. Sometimes a neighbour may offer to come and cut back your side of the hedge while they are trimming their own side. Certain neighbours will likely not be so accommodating and will leave you to tackle your own side. According to law it is fine for you to cut any branches or roots of a hedge that grow onto your property from a neighbour's property or from a public road. You can however only trim them back to the property boundary, or else you could be taken to court for damaging their property.

Privet Hedges March: One of the more favoured varieties of hedge is privet (genus Ligustrum), an evergreen flowering shrub forming medium sized, dense bushes. Privet is a great variety for hedges as it keeps its leaves all year long, forms a dense, compact bush and grows relatively slowly. Mature privet hedges can be trimmed 2 or 3 times annually through the growing season to maintain a nice shape and keep a decent density of foliage. You may even try some topiary (clipping into intricate shapes) with privet though yew and box are more suitable candidates for this practice.

Tree Surgeons March: In addition to the maintenance of hedges many property owners in March also have trees on their property which need attention from time to time. Some March firms offer both hedge cutting and tree surgery services so it's best if you get the same people to handle both if that is feasible. Tree surgeons usually have a broader knowledge of all the hedge and tree varieties, and will understand the best ways and times to prune them correctly. On the reverse of that, you might find that qualified tree surgeons in March charge more for their expertise than hedge cutting contractors or gardeners, therefore you will have to choose regarding what fits into your budget. (Tags: Tree Surgeons March, Tree Surgery March)

Hedge Removal March: When you have to get a hedge removed altogether in March, it's still best to bring in the experts. Aside from the fact that you will need all the hedge waste disposed of afterwards, you need your hedge to be removed correctly and completely, which includes taking out as many of the roots as you can to avoid the hedge growing back again. This job also needs to be carried out in a safe manner, therefore calling in a genuine March hedge removal service ought to make certain that this is the case. It is vital to ensure that the hedge to be removed does actually belong to you. You may be in deep water if you remove a neighbour's hedge by accident. (Tags: Hedge Removal March, Removing Hedges March)

Types of Hedge March: There are lots of species of tree or shrub that are used to grow hedges, and sometimes hedges are comprised of more than one species in which case they are known as "mixed hedges". If you include hedgerows in the equation then the number of species grows significantly. Hedges can be evergreen, coniferous or deciduous and each of these has several species which are regularly used in hedges. For hedges in gardens the most widespread species are box, leylandii, cherry laurel, hornbeam, privet, English yew, western red cedar and beech. When considering hedgerows you can also add rowan, dog rose, hawthorn, oak, hazel, field maple, crab apple and lot's more.

Nesting Birds March: Another thing you ought to be conscious of whenever you are trimming your hedges in March is the current legislation with regards to nesting birds. The RSPB advises that cutting trees and hedges should be avoided during the nesting bird breeding season, which happens to be between March and August. For many people this is precisely the time frame when they would be cutting 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 you cut any of your hedges please check for any currently active bird's nests and therefore help to protect our treasured wildlife. (Tags: Bird's Nests, Nesting Birds)

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A quick look on a local business directory returned the following results for "hedge cutting March Cambridgeshire": Chris Hennelly Tree Surgery PE15 9DS, TJM Gardening Services PE15 9QB, K.J's Gardening Services PE13 4EL.

A few March roads served by March hedge cutting specialists: Station Approach, The Laurels, Burn Street, Cromwell Road, Suffolk Way, The Walnuts, The Bramleys, Cooks Green, Cherrywood Avenue, Conway Close, Anglers Close, Cornfields, Swift Close, St Peters Drive, Ancaster Way, Barkclay Court, Cherrywood Green, South Drive, The Avenue, City Road, Chandlers Way, The Hollies, Cavalry Park, Chapel Street, Deerfield Road, Cleveland Bay, Burdett Close, The Greys, Bridge Lane.

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