Cedar hedge

Cedar hedge can be cut from April to November.

The period depends on hedge trimming of the maintenance carried out in previous years. In fact, the cut can be done in two periods, before and after the growth. Since regrowth happens in June, the first period is from April to June and the second from June to November.

In general, we prune the hedges in the first period are hedges that have been neglected. We then do a shortening.

Shortening (2 feet or more) is rounded at the top so that snow does not accumulate, it is done before regrowth (first period) for the hedge could strengthen before winter. After this step, the service returns to normal (second period).

If your hedge is young, two years or less, it should be cut from the year after planting to provide the maximum to your cedars. We suggest two superior trimming.