Hedge Cutting Haslemere – Langley Horticultural Services
Here’s some images of worked carried out by Langley Horticultural Services in Haslemere. The works consisted of hedge cutting and tree surgery. The hedge was over 28ft in height so not your average size for general maintenance.
Trimming | Reductions | Removal | Re-Planting
Langley Horticulture have a specialist team who are based in Rake, near Liss in Hampshire offer the following hedge maintenance services:
- Trimming: Hand Held Power Hedge Trimmers
- Specialist Hedge Trimming: i.e Tractor with Hedge Cutter
- Specialist Trimming: Topiary
- Trimming: All Types
- Professional Hedge Removal
- Hedge Re-Planting: Hedge Plants can be supplied
- Stump Removal
We Operate a 10 Mile Radius from Liphook
Our experienced hedge maintenance team can trim or cut any hedge, however big or small.
Whether you have a formal hedge that needs trimming, or want to cut or reduce a large hedge in a garden or around a paddock or field, Langley Horticulture is the company to do the job efficiently and to the highest standards.
- Liss & Liss Forest
When to Trim Hedges
New hedges require formative pruning for their first couple of years after planting. Formative pruning is usually carried out in winter or spring.
After this, maintenance trimming is carried out, usually once a year for informal hedges and twice a year for formal hedges. Some formal hedges may need three cuts a year.
Maintenance trimming is generally carried out between spring and late autumn (October).
When to plant a hedge
Evergreen and semi-evergreen hedging: Early autumn is ideal for hedging plants such as box, privet (semi-evergreen) and yew. However, they can be planted at any time from late autumn until late winter
Deciduous hedging: Plant beech, hawthorn and hornbeam any time from leaf fall. This is typically from mid-autumn until late winter
In all cases, planting is best delayed until the soil can be worked easily, especially if the ground is frozen or waterlogged.