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Hedgerow spring in the Wildlife Garden | UK Wildlife

At this time of year, we find a ‘first flower’ of the season almost every day. Last week, a guelder-rose (Viburnum opulus) I had been watching closely in one of the hedges came into flower (nearly a month earlier than last year) and on the bank below it a columbine ( 894 more words

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Hedge laying and planting...

Some of my winter work – a relatively straight forward beech hedge that had become a row of trees! and a gappy thin hawthorn hedge that Ive layed and replanted the gaps.

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Maasheggenvlechten: Hedge Weaving in the Netherlands

“This is THE hedge-laying competition!” exclaimed John French as he presented the John French Prize for Best Cutting at the Maasheggenvlechten (literally ‘Meuse Hedge Weaving) last weekend, and indeed it is a hedge-laying competition like no other. 1,638 more words

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Maasheggenvlechten: Hedge Weaving in the Netherlands

“This is THE hedge-laying competition!” exclaimed John French as he presented the John French Prize for Best Cutting at the Maasheggenvlechten (literally ‘Meuse Hedge Weaving) last weekend, and indeed it is a hedge-laying competition like no other. 1,672 more words

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A Pun for Punks

We saw this nicely laid hedge while we were at Carsington Water, I’d been looking for a good example for a couple of weeks because I wanted to use the “Punk” setting on the camera. 65 more words

Hedge-laying complete at Moor Green Lakes

Last week six volunteer leaders and students joined Jenny and I to finish off the hedge-laying at Moor Green Lakes.

Everyone did a fantastic job building on the section we’d already laid with the volunteers on the… 53 more words

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