Hedge Trimming

A little trimming goes a long way

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Aesthetic appeal

Regular trimming helps maintain a clean, neat appearance and enhances the overall look of your landscape. Hedges can be shaped into various forms, such as straight lines, curves, or intricate designs, which can add visual interest and structure to your outdoor space.

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Plant health

Trimming hedges promotes healthy growth by removing dead, damaged, or diseased branches, thus reducing the chances of pest infestations and diseases spreading. Proper pruning also encourages new growth, leading to a denser, more robust hedge with improved foliage.

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Controlled growth

Regular hedge trimming helps control the size and shape of your hedges, preventing them from becoming overgrown and encroaching on nearby plants, walkways, or structures. Maintaining a manageable size also makes it easier to access and care for the plants and helps ensure they receive adequate sunlight and air circulation.


Before having your hedges trimmed, consider the following factors to ensure a successful and safe process:

  1. Timing: Determine the optimal time to trim your specific type of hedge. Generally, evergreen hedges should be trimmed in late spring to early summer, while deciduous hedges should be trimmed in late winter to early spring. Avoid trimming during extreme weather conditions, such as heat, cold, or drought, as it can stress the plants.
  2. Hedge health: Inspect your hedges for signs of disease, pests, or damage. Address any issues before trimming to prevent further spread and ensure healthy growth. Additionally, avoid trimming during the active nesting season for birds, as you may inadvertently disturb their nests.
  3. Desired shape: Plan the desired shape of your hedges. When trimming, we ensure the top is slightly narrower than the base to allow sunlight to reach the lower branches. We avoid cutting too deeply into the hedge, as this can expose bare or sparse areas and make it difficult for the plant to recover.

By considering these factors, you can help prepare for a successful and safe hedge trimming process that promotes the health and appearance of your hedges.

Landscaping Services


Yes, we can provide a written estimate for the hedge trimming services you require. We will assess the size, type, and condition of your hedges and provide a detailed quote based on our evaluation.

Yes, our company is licensed to operate in your area and carries the proper insurance coverage to protect against liability in case of accidents or damages during the hedge trimming process.

The ideal trimming frequency depends on the type of hedge and the desired appearance you want to maintain. Fast-growing hedges may require trimming several times during the growing season, while slower-growing varieties may only need trimming once or twice a year.

We use a range of tools and equipment for hedge trimming, such as hand shears, hedge trimmers, or powered hedge trimmers, depending on the size and density of your hedges. Our tools are clean, sharp, and well-maintained for the best results.

Yes, we can trim your hedges into various shapes or designs, such as topiaries, to enhance the overall appearance and structure of your landscape. Our experienced team will work with you to achieve the desired look.

We prioritize safety by using proper protective gear, such as gloves, safety glasses, and sturdy shoes. We also ensure that ladders or platforms are secure and stable when reaching higher branches, and we follow the manufacturer's safety guidelines for powered tools.

Yes, we can help restore the shape and health of overgrown or neglected hedges. We will assess the condition of your hedges and develop a plan to gradually restore them through more extensive pruning and trimming techniques.

We dispose of hedge trimmings responsibly by composting, using them as mulch, or following local yard waste disposal regulations, depending on the specific requirements in your area. We ensure a clean and tidy work area after the trimming job is completed.

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