Hedges are frequently planted when new landscaping is done and will look their best if a qualified arborist is retained to manage and maintain the hedge over its life. Too often, regular maintenance by a qualified arborist is overlooked, allowing young, newly planted hedges to get out of control and become too large for the space. Letting a hedge go too long without trimming can make it difficult or impossible to bring them back to the size they once were. However, hedges that have been allowed to grow without trimming can often be brought back into an aesthetically pleasing form that fits within the landscape of the property. What can be done depends on the species, age and condition of the specimen(s) in question.
If you have a hedge that needs regular trimming or a hedge that has been let go and needs to be rehabilitated, please contact us today for a free quote. We are experts at trimming and rehabilitating hedges of any size and would be happy to help you out.