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Found 3 results

  1. I have maple hedges as pens because I love the bright green of maple hedges. However, I'd also love to be able to see over them. Camellia hedges are an ugly dull green by comparison, and they're the only ones that stop growing at medium height. I have hundreds of hedges, and pruning each one every week to keep them at medium height wouldn't be practical. It would be great if there could be an option to permanently prune a hedge. Maybe with a glowing hot sickle could give the options 'prune' or 'permanently prune'. Permanently prune would prune the hedge and not allow it to grow back ever.
  2. Hedge QL

    Some means of improving a hedge's ql, even if its slow. Regular pruning comes to mind.
  3. I've just been pruning my apple trees and I noticed that the very old specimens that I pruned successfully remained very old after pruning, they did not reduce their age category as they did previously. However the overaged apple trees did reduce category as they have always done. My memory is a bit suspect at times but i'm pretty sure when I've had a pruning session before that these very old apple trees did reduce to old. Thanks, CageStorm/Exodus/Cimmeria.