Hedge Laying  Over two thousand years older than chain link.

How to hedge lay and create a barrier out of bushes, shrubs, and small trees.

Ocupa poco y es muy accesible desde todos los ángulos

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So enchanting !!!!

I want living willow hedges, fences, and arches. Picture of new growth on the willow arbour at Whichford Pottery, Warwickshire.

living willow hedge surrounding a yard in France

GAP Gardens - Living living willow hedge surrounding vegetable garden - France - Image No: 0053559 - Photo by Nicola Browne

Living willow fence can provide a hedge in as little as 2 months. Easy to maintain and establishes quickly.

Green Barrier™ living willow hedges, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. They provide almost instant screening, even in winter. The willow establishes very quickly after planting and creates an attractive green hedge in as little as 2 months.

Hedge Laying: "Laying a hedge" is the 2,000+ year-old method of chain link fencing, except the fence is alive. Some hedges alive today in the UK were laid before the Dark Ages! "A living hedge not only keeps livestock fenced but also prevents soil erosion and water runoff. Living hedges are good wind blocks and snow collectors as well as habitat to birds, insects and small mammals. " The photo shown is a freshly laid hedge.

Over two thousand years older than chain link. A living hedge not only keeps livestock fenced but also prevents soil erosion and water runoff.

Hedge Laying ~ diagrams & lots of great pics of people laying hedge, various hedge styles, & even a hedge that's more than 900 years old - owned by the niece of William the Conqueror (PS: Pinterest "warned" me this site might be "something", but other than being very pic-heavy, I had no problems with it, and see many other interesting pages, like the bug hotel I'll pin next, in my insects board 8^)

Hedge Laying ~ diagrams & lots of great pics of people laying hedge, various hedge styles, & even a hedge that's more than 900 years old - owned by the niece of William the Conqueror

Hedge Laying Trees & Shrubs good for hedging: Hawthorne, Blackthorn, Hazel, Elm, Ash, Field Maple, Beech, Plum, Crab Apple, Holly, Primrose, Sweet Chestnut, Beech,...

Great info about laying a living hedge for keeping animals in. Provides shelter for animals and birds plus is a wind break and a snow fence!

How to lay hedgerows.  The art of hedge laying is over two thousand years older than chain link.

Oh to have a meadow and endless lines of hedgerows! How to lay hedgerows. The art of hedge laying is over two thousand years older than chain link.

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