Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Hi all fellow garden lovers, I have question regarding my leylandii hedge. I have recently bought a house which has a hedge at the bottom of the garden, before i moved in though someone put up some new fence panels and clearly butchered the bas of the hedge as you can see in the pictures. As the neighbours who are clearly unapproachable have now put plastic spikes on top of there 5 foot fence which look hideous and i am worried about my cats being hurt on them. there is also a gap about 12-18 inches from the top of the fence to where the hedge has been cut to. My question is wether i could plant some more leylandii in between the current trees where the gaps are to fill and bring the hedge back to how it used to be, or wether they would grow up to the existing hedge and simply die out as they have no where to go etc. basically i want to get my privacy back as easily as possible. Any ideas anyone and thanks very much in advance?
- 8 Jun, 2011