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Hedge Trimming Exeter

Need hedge trimming in Exeter or anywhere else in South, Mid or East Devon? Then speak to us to arrange a free quote. Our team can tackle both small and large hedges and use top of the range motorised hedge trimmers for a professional result. We can reduce the height of hedges and thin them out if they are intruding on your garden space. Furthermore, we can offer advice on replanting sections if they have become damaged or diseased. To arrange a quote, get in touch with the team.


Hedge Cutting

Routine hedge cutting is important to keep hedgerows healthy, disease-free and under control. It is vital that your hedge is trimmed at the right time of year for the particular type of the species. Different species of hedge plants have different requirements and pruning too soon or too late can cause problems such as bare patches. In addition, it is essential that trimming takes place either before or after the bird nesting season as it is an offence to destroy birds’ nests while being made or in use.

Newly planted hedges will require regular formative pruning in the first few years to ensure the hedge takes the desired shape. Normally formative pruning is recommended in early spring or winter, however, depending on the type of plant, it may require trimming every 4 to 6 weeks in order to retain the desired form.

Established hedges will usually only require trimming once or twice a year depending on the species.

Hedge Trimming Services

Our hedge trimming services are available to both commercial and domestic customers. When you employ us to care for your hedges, we provide the following:

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Free Hedge Trimming Quotes

To arrange a free hedge trimming quote, please get in touch. Our team have the skill and capacity to take on both large commercial contracts and smaller private jobs.

Contact S. Campbell Landscaping and Tree Services

If you require further information about our hedge trimming in Exeter and the surrounding areas including Poltimore, Broadclyst, South, Mid and East Devon, then please contact us.

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