is a traditional form of management, originally to form a stock proof
barrier around fields and land.
Nowadays it is also used to create a habitat beneficial to wildlife,
a thick hedge is a refuge for birds, insects, wild plants and more.
The fresh regrowth from the cut stems helps to create a strong healthy
hedge, thickening up thin hedges and renewing old gappy boundaries.
I have worked for many satisfied customers in Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire,
Wiltshire, Berkshire and further afield. Clients include local authorities,
Wildlife Trusts, The National Trust, The Woodland Trust and numerous
private clients and land owners.
I can work on younger planted hedges to old neglected hedges, from
20 to 2000 meters or more.
free to get in contact
with any questions you may have.