Winter hedge pruning in an old garden

Posted by on Jan 7, 2015 in FIne Gardening | 0 comments

Privet hedges often form the backbone of old gardens. Over time they grow out of bounds and need restorative pruning to bring them back into the scope of the original garden design. Here are before and after photos of the hedges we pruned last winter at the Spooner House Museum in Plymouth MA.




Bob Hoxie is the owner of Great Hill Horticultural Services. He lives and gardens on Cape Cod with his wife Die, an artist and graphic designer, his two kitty greens addicted cats, and a 30 year old potted avocado tree named Mr. Salad


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