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Great changes, thank you for new hedge types.

 

+1 for choices about how high the hedge should grow :)   

 

The hedge+tree on one tile thing that Fairy mentioned looks cool as well, could make interesting horse camps as well. The one below is vine hedge with trees growing in it.

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I've been thinking about this for a while, and the first thing I'd like to mention is that I really like the new hedge varieties. What bothers me, however, is that the new hedges look a little ragged (I've noticed this primarily on camellia hedges). A wild hedge will, of course, grow out and look uneven, and eventually lose it's shape. But a well-tended hedge should have nice, even sides and tops, without individual shoots or branches poking out, up, or in different directions. Of course, this is only my opinion, based on what I've observed in neighborhoods I've visited. Would like to hear what others think. 

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