Paul's hedgelaying

Bucks, Beds & Herts hedgelaying
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January 2021

Eythrope, Aylesbury. 99 yards hawthorn hedge. A young and tall hedge that, apart from a short section at the start, had not been laid before. With so much material present retaining live stakes to support the hedge was simplest and cheapest.

View from start of hedge, before...
 

...work underway with view already being revealed
 

View from end of hedge, before...
 

...and after
 

View before from field side looking back to the start...
 

...same view, work in progress
 

Six live stakes visible keeping the laid hedge in place.
The stakes will be trimmed to become unobtrusive
 

Four images showing the view across the field. One...
 

...two...
 

...three, with sign...
 

...four.
 

Almost at the end
 


Bierton, Aylesbury. First section, 17 yards hawthorn with a good enough face for Midland style

Looking towards bungalow before...
 

...and after
 

Looking towards gate before...
 

...and after
 

View from stile before...
 

...and after.
 

View from gate before...
 

...and after
 

Bierton, Aylesbury. Second section, 39 yards hawthorn. Laid South of England as very tall and leggy and had to be laid very flat to fill the gaps.
Bizarrely sited in a shallow ditch, work was variously delayed by flooding, snow and high winds.
A large collapsed black poplar by the hedge was pollarded by a tree surgeon first.
Dense brambles reaching the road removed by the client in advance
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Roadside view from gate, before...
 

...and after with the large black poplar beyond revealed
 

Very tall and leggy, laid before and a real tangle...
 

...and more of the same!
 

Field view from the gate, before...
 

...and after
 

Roadside view towards gate, before...
 

...and after