Hedge Cutting Stroud

Stroud Hedge Cutting Contractors (GL5): If you have hedges in your garden in Stroud you should keep them trimmed and maintained. Assuming you have enough time and the necessary tools to do it, you can easily cut your own hedges to get them looking in good shape. However, many home owners in Stroud just don't have the time for this sort of regular maintenance or are not capable of, or fit enough to do such chores. It's at times like this when it may be expedient to call on the professionals.

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An experienced hedge cutting contractor will give you guidance regarding the best time to trim your precious hedge and the proper way to get the job done. Quality hedges cost a considerable amount of money and you want to avoid yours being spoilt by being too agressively cut or done at the wrong time. So if you're thinking about bringing in Stroud hedge cutting specialists, make sure you get someone who knows what they are doing.

Its possible you may want your hedges cut into complex shapes such as curves or archways and if so, it is even more crucial that you bring in a skilled contractor to complete the task. Virtually all standard gardeners in Stroud will naturally be able to trim your hedges, and clearly in many instances this is not a problem if you have a gardener who is reliable and is skilled at this type of task.

Done properly, trimming a hedge helps keep it strong and healthy, it both encourages new growth and improves the root system making the hedge thicker and able to better combat pest attacks and diseases. A strong and healthy hedge looks prettier and does the job it is supposed to do in your garden ie form an effective boundary between your garden and your neighbours, provide much needed shelter from bad weather and give you an enhanced level of privacy.

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Hedges which haven't been routinely cut and maintained tend to become top heavy and straggly with unsightly holes and a general lack of growth, in particular at the bottom of the hedge. Routine trimming will keep your hedges compact and enable fresh shoots to fill any undesirable gaps.

A hedge that is allowed to grow without trimming will ultimately spread itself outwards, taking over more of your garden space and producing a significant clump of leafless branches internally which are going to look horrendous when you do ultimately cut it back. It could possibly take years to regain its optimal shape (if it ever does).

You might at this point be thinking about the sorts of costs involved with hedge trimming in Stroud, and the reality is that hedge cutting prices in Stroud are dependent on a number of factors including the number of hedges needing to be trimmed, the height of the hedges, whether you need the hedge waste to be taken away, the size of the garden concerned and what condition the hedges are in.

When Should You Cut Back Hedges in Stroud: This is a question that is regularly asked by householders in Stroud and may depend on the age and type of the hedge. A newly planted hedge should be trimmed in the winter or spring for the first 2 years or so. Once they're properly established hedges should be cut back 2 or 3 times a year if you are to retain a nice shape and density (formal hedges). Maintenance hedge trimming is normally undertaken between spring and summer (May to September). Different hedge varieties will need different treatments so check on a specialist website before you prune your hedge. (Tags: Hedge Cutting Stroud, Hedge Trimming Stroud, Hedge Pruning Stroud).

Hedge Types Stroud: There a wide range of varieties of tree and shrub which are used to create hedges, and sometimes hedges are made up of several species in which case they're known as "mixed hedges". If you include hedgerows in the equation then the number of plant species grows exponentially. Hedges can be evergreen, coniferous or deciduous and each grouping has several species that are commonly used in hedges. For garden hedges the most popular species are privet, yew, leylandii, box, cherry laurel, western red cedar, beech and hornbeam. When it comes to hedgerows you can add rowan, crab apple, oak, hazel, hawthorn, field maple, dog rose and lot's more.

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Hedge Cutting Jobs Stroud: Find hedge cutting jobs in Stroud here: Hedge Cutting Jobs Stroud

A quick look on a business directory for "hedge cutting Stroud" returned these results: O.G. Organic Gardens GL6 6JL, Brooke Estate Management Ltd GL5 5JY, Foliation Ltd GL50 3DU.

Some Stroud addresses served by Stroud hedge cutting specialists: Callowell, School Terrace, Briar Close, Bowbridge Lock, The Ridge, Downfield, The Spinney, Chapel Street, Spring Hill, Cotswold Mead, Stevens Way, The Brush, Shepherds Croft, Summersfield Road, Clissold Court, Crackstone, Bagpath, The Dockyard, School Road, Alder Way, Avening Road, Chestnut Lane, Belmont Road, Bownham Mead, Strachans Close, Albert Road, Burma Road, The Glebe.

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