Paul Blissett Hedgelaying

30 years hedging in Bucks, Beds & Herts
Twelve miles of hedge laid since 2000
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March 2015

170 yards hawthorn hedge, Flitton, Beds. Freestyle.
Re-instating a very large, rough and overgrown hawthorn hedge on the edge of a wood which was laid in the only way practical.
Gate              section before laying Gate section laid, metal gateposts remain
View looking to buildings View looking              to buildiings
View from              inside of hedge, shed beyond Completed              hedge, view on left
View from end of              hedge View from              end of hedge
Close-up of end of hedge
35 yards mixed hedge, Ampthill, Beds. Midland Style
Tucked away in the Ampthill Conservation area just yards from the highstreet and the nearest hedge I have ever laid to a Waitrose store!
View from start of hedge before View from              start of hedge after
View from start before View from              hedge after
View from              end of main section before View              from end of main section after
The second section of this hedge was very unusual in being next to a wall.
Second section before Second              section after
Second section detail before Second              section detail after
General              view of completed hedge



15 yards garden hedge, Steeple Claydon, Bucks. South of England style

This was a typical garden hedge that had become overrun with ivy until a lot of time was spent stripping the ivy out (you can still see the ivy in the adjoining section in the before pictures). The hedge was starting to put out new growth nicely since the ivy had gone, but this was not going ot fill in the gaps at the bottom of the hedge. The stems were also old and quite brittle; again typical of such hedges.

Laying this hedge has given it a completely new lease of life.

Hedge before laying Hedge              laid
Hedge              before Hedge              laid