another bonus of a dead hedge is that it will provide cover and protection for new plants, which could ideally take over the dead hedge and really solidfy it...
Hilary Lonsdale wrote:
If you fancy a skinnier version of a brush pile, you can knock in pairs of stakes spaced a foot apart every 3' - 6' along your boundary, and stuff brush and brambles in the channel you've made to create a dead hedge. Dead hedging has been used since at least medieval times for keeping all sorts of critters where you want them.
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