How to Trim and Train a Yew Hedge

If you are looking for a hedge that is both beautiful and easy to maintain, look no further than the yew. Yews are hardy plants that can thrive in a variety of climates, and they can be trimmed into many different shapes. In this blog post, we will teach you how to trim and train a yew hedge.

First, you will need to choose the right yew for your hedge. There are many different varieties of yews, so do some research to find one that will thrive in your climate. Once you have chosen a yew, purchase enough plants to create the hedge that you desire. Yews can be planted close together, so don’t worry about spacing them too closely.

Now it is time to start trimming your yew hedge. Begin by pruning the plants at ground level, removing any dead or diseased branches. Next, use shears to trim the plants into the desired shape. Be sure to keep the top of the hedge narrower than the bottom, so that the sun can reach all of the leaves. Yews can be trimmed into a variety of shapes, so get creative!

Finally, it is important to fertilize your yew hedge regularly. Yews are heavy feeders, so they will need to be fertilized every few weeks during the growing season. Use a fertilizer that is high in nitrogen and potassium, and be sure to follow the instructions on the package.

By following these simple steps, you can create a beautiful yew hedge that is easy to maintain. Happy trimming!

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