Ten Hilarious Garden Hedges

By Katie

Updated: July 25th, 2019

Hedges are commonly used to separate land, provide privacy, protection and can also look a lot better than your traditional "Ten Hilarious Garden Hedges"

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Hedge trimming

Hedges are commonly used to separate land, provide privacy, protection and can also look a lot better than your traditional wooden fences. They can be as tall (see above) or small as you want, however I hope you have some time on your hands as a hedge can take anywhere from 2-20 years to grow.

Hedges are a traditional garden feature and in the UK some hedges can date back thousands of years. Through my research I’ve stumbled across some more interesting modern adaptions of the more classic straight-lined feature.

Let’s take a look at some of the finer examples of topiary (yes that means the art of creating hedges):

Elephant_hedge

1. Nelly the elephant – You’ll agree he’s pretty cute although getting the trunk and the ears just right can’t be easy.

F1 hedge

2. For every F1 obsessed guy

Filimg hedge

3. Lights. Camera. Action

Lizard hedge

4. For our lizard friends – Serious digging the hairstyle too!

proposal hedge

5. For the nature lovers – A proposal with a difference.

christmas pudding hedge

6. Getting into the Christmas spirit – Pudding without the calories 😉

whale hedge

7. Isn’t this hedge just having a whale of a time…

pig hedge

8. Oink oink!

house hedge

9. Guessing losing your keys is the least of your worries if you’re trying to open the front door to this house.

Caution!!

flashing

10. Avert your eyes

Would you have any of these hedges in your garden? Well if so, a trusty Airtasker with a hedge trimmer will surely be able to help you.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Katie

I've loved interior design for as long as I can remember and I'm currently about to renovate my first home. So as well as being the Content Lead at Airtasker, I'm also on the lookout for the latest design trends, backyard ideas and anything to do around the home. I'm also trying to use low-tox cleaning methods and work towards being more plastic-free!

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  1. Sal

    Yes been thinking for long time how to create an edge in my garden the caterpillar will be my creation