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Removing Privet hedge our of a laurel hedge



  • t-thornet-thorne Posts: 5
    Fairygirl said:
    I'd agree with @Lyn. If you cut that back at each end of the 'patches' it shouldn't be too difficult to cut right down and dig out.
    The laurel will fill out very quickly, so be prepared for a bit of work keeping it in order!
    Thank you, the privet grows wild and when guy back looks so transparent the laurel has been fantastic 
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