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Hedges should not be allowed to grow wildly. Not only will such growth be unattractive, but it may also be unhealthy. Regular trimming encourages dense, thick growth – good for privacy. It helps to remove damaged growth while on flowering bushes, it encourages blooming. Spring trimming will address the dead leaves and branches from the winter season. In late summer, shrubs and hedges slow their growth, to prepare for the winter, saving nutrients and moisture. In the end, healthy bushes and hedges mean a beautiful landscape and a more valuable property.

Contact Matt’s Meticulous Landscaping to learn more about hedge & shrub trimming at (203) 584-0272.

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