This hedging project required the planting of a 2 metre high instant hedge in the beautiful city of Bath in Wiltshire. We used our instant hedge "Elements" of Purple-leaved beech / Fagus sylvatica Purpurea, also known as copper beech.
Mr & Mrs Lethby moved into their new home and asked us to remove a Japanese cedar tree, Cryptomeria japonica and a badly planted and poor looking laurel hedge Prunus laurocerasus. The local council passed the tree removal request, so we removed the tree and old hedges and prepared the ground for the new Purple-leaved beech, Fagus sylvatica Purpurea hedge.
For this project we used our fully formed instant hedge "Elements".
Seen from the other side of the boundary wall, the old hedge and removal.
And the new Purple-leaved beech, Fagus sylvatica "Purpurea" hedge.