Tips & Tricks For Perfect Hedging | Gardening | Great Home Ideas



having a beautiful lawn and schmick hedges can be a mystery to a lot of people but really it's just regular maintenance and a few tricks so I'm going to show you how you can get your hedges looking great short term and long term if you have a look at this guy it is burst alive for the last couple of weeks bitter rain warm weather Spring has definitely sprung you can get rid of these spikes because they're just water shoots by hand if you want and that'll tidy it up but I reckon just the lightest of haircuts the easiest of jobs and your hedge you look beautiful now wind approve well I reckon a day like today where it's cool and when you do take off that new growth what's underneath isn't going to get sunburned in a scorcher of a day well there you go the hedge is loved again and now he took a couple of minutes I've taken the lightest bit off so the positive is it still looks good the negative is I'll be out here in a couple of weeks to do it again and as far as how much I took off we're next to nothing it's a little bit like trimming your beard the next way to hedge is probably the way most people do it once or twice a year just to control of size you can see the lillypilly here is growing out I'm running out of places to sit so I need to keep it compact because believe it or not this hedge is the same plant as that one there so keeping it compact like this means I need to reduce it every now and then and that means taking off all this new growth back to the older darker stuff doesn't look good straight away but because this is a growing season you know recover nice and quick now if you're not confident you think you got to butcher it a great tip is to set up a tomato steak at each end and run a string line just higher than where you want to fish it you do it higher so you don't cut through the string line and then you get a nice straight line and if you are confident you should still stand back every now and then and make sure you're doing it right if you want to tackle it quickly or if you've got a lot of work battery electric or even petrol hedges are the way to go now this is a commercial and I use it a lot but it does wear you out quickly because you're carrying a lot of weight away from your body we look battery operated one like this is fantastic especially if you just get rid of the light fluffy stuff the more often you do it the easier the job I'm not bashing it up but I am cleaning it up by giving it a rough rake things pop out like this but I don't want to be there and down the bottom where I move this bit I can see where my head's are didn't come down to the ground can tidy it up as I go when it comes to larger leaf plants like this by burnin if I'm to use shears you're gonna end up just butchering the leaves like that and then that leaf will dry out and the whole planet will look like it needs a really good food and drink so what I do rather than using shears or hedges grab a pair of secateurs go in and just take out the taller ones it keeps your heads compact and it means you have no ripped or torn leaves so the plant looks fresh and healthy all year round the best thing about this technique is you've got your hand on every piece of cutting so your cleaning is you're going probably one of the things we hinge up the most is buxus it's this little plant down the bottom here and it's also top read here into a pyramid boxes balls around the place and if you want them to look really good working you need to prune about once a month you should just be taking off one leaf at a time that way you've always got a little bit of new growth coming through they get nice thick and healthy and I reckon touch a class and a guard if your hedge is looking a little bit tired and sunburned it might just need a heavy trimmer so I reckon you need to rejuvenate what I'm gonna do is take off about a hundred mil of the whole foliage that way what I remove there's a perfect little cutting that will strike quite easily all you got to do is keep that moist and voila you've got next year's hedge for free what a great day where pruned and we have shapes but we've set the future this guy

49 Comments

  • George Villanueva

    April 14, 2019

    Lilly pilly and English box

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  • ajit kumar bhoi

    April 14, 2019

    Tree name pls

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  • Ankur Gaurav

    April 14, 2019

    Please tell me.
    I want this.

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  • Ankur Gaurav

    April 14, 2019

    What is the name of this grass

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  • malkamusik

    April 14, 2019

    I like trimming the bush.

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  • row0111

    April 14, 2019

    give us the fkn names of the plants you have the camera filming lol

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  • Maxine Linley

    April 14, 2019

    When you plant them how far apart do you need to do it and to get them like that?

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  • TV Oommen

    April 14, 2019

    I am reminded of tea plantations of my home district in southern India; thousands of women do this job to make a living. In that case, the cuttings are the produce — tea.

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  • MASSIVESUPPORT

    April 14, 2019

    Why are there like 300 dislikes i am a gardener and this is just a good video. Y is there always that 5% of stupid people around…

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  • JK study

    April 14, 2019

    What is the plant name ……????

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  • karen

    April 14, 2019

    NAME OF HEDGE

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  • 6 Axis Pty Ltd

    April 14, 2019

    Vote Hodges for Hedges! ?

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  • Jaison Serrao

    April 14, 2019

    Supb …l like it so much …,???

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  • محمود صلاح الدين

    April 14, 2019

    Just amazing.

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  • Veronica Ruffolo

    April 14, 2019

    Love it.

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  • Ky Zee

    April 14, 2019

    ‘Best time to do it when it’s nice & cool’.. check today’s temp – 44 (deg.c.) – check rest of week, all above 40 – yay Austraya!! Looks like it’ll be an early morning trim ?

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  • Yashwantkumar Yadav

    April 14, 2019

    Happy to see Gardening

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  • wattpad Wattpad

    April 14, 2019

    What the name of grass is that?? Golf grass??

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  • light blue dragon bwn

    April 14, 2019

    Beautiful lawn

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  • Mns Ray

    April 14, 2019

    what is the name of these plants

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  • Dan McLaughlin

    April 14, 2019

    Here's a tip, employer a gardener! That'll do the trick.

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  • aussie43

    April 14, 2019

    Trimming once a month, and only the shoots that stick out, so overall, the shrub will look fresh. Only one problem – where to get the slave labour. 🙂

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  • cristian martinez

    April 14, 2019

    I been a gardener In LA & inland empire area for 25 years, those bushes would look much more crispy with a commercial trimmer and you can bust all those bushes around that house in about 2 hours with a worker cleaning up all the clippings behind you .. great video though !

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  • T Rizz

    April 14, 2019

    The propagation tip at the end is gold. Nice job, how long have you been working on that garden? And how many hedges did you start with?

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    April 14, 2019

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  • Madhurjya Ray

    April 14, 2019

    What is the name of this plant? Please someone reply

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  • RS Creative Tech

    April 14, 2019

    What's the name of this plant

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  • KingFor Aday

    April 14, 2019

    Go to work you fucking british lazy bastard!

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  • Catalin Ciprian

    April 14, 2019

    nice place.

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  • منتقبه منتقبه

    April 14, 2019

    شو اسم هاي الشجره

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  • Prince Kala

    April 14, 2019

    Wa

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  • Rahul kumar

    April 14, 2019

    Kiya name hai es plant ka

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  • Dorian Zulic

    April 14, 2019

    Hedges by Hodges :))

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  • pets lover and art lover

    April 14, 2019

    Great video man what a garden OMG ossum

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  • CrypticChrisYT

    April 14, 2019

    Im a landscaper (still learning) but i have to trim bush at my school so thx ma

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  • mail4matt2000

    April 14, 2019

    Hot Daddy doing great demo…!!

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  • Candida Sangma

    April 14, 2019

    Great ideas really. I love it

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  • John Haines

    April 14, 2019

    Can you use a electric clippers like for the tall hedges?

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  • Educational Purpose

    April 14, 2019

    Beautiful garden

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    April 14, 2019

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  • Butt Erscotch

    April 14, 2019

    What a fantastic video, thanks so much!

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  • Dwi Siswanto

    April 14, 2019

    my friend is very diligent, greetings from indonesia

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  • Edon Deliu

    April 14, 2019

    Bro you don’t know shit about trimming guys he just fucked up everything

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  • Mr. Axomiya

    April 14, 2019

    What's the name of this trees??

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  • Munsh M

    April 14, 2019

    Hello! I'm in Socal just get 9 Japanese box, some vendors said boxwood and Japanese box are the same Bush, but still not Sure some of them just want to sell.
    Any body knows if that is correct? I want to trimmed like Lil balls for my back yard

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  • Sarvesh Internet

    April 14, 2019

    what is tree name

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  • abhishek creation

    April 14, 2019

    what is name of this plant

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  • tinku choudhary

    April 14, 2019

    What’s the name of this grass……

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  • rubicon nz

    April 14, 2019

    Lovely hedge job !

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