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Hello all.We are looking to supplement our palisade fencing with prickly hedging since the palisade fencing has proofed a deterrent, but has been climbed over several times. Hopefully, combined with a prickly dense hedge this will make it harder.What would be your suggestions for us to use.RegardsBluecar
I second that - avoid Pyracantha! I planted a Pyracantha hedge as a deterrent some years back. It was fine for a couple of years then parts of it would look as though it had died but recover somewhat the following year. Then in 2015 the foliage all turned brown and it all looked so unsightly I had it rooted out completely. If was lovely to see the old stone wall revealed again, but not feeling secure as the wall is only about 130cm high I had the height extended with vertical wooden feathered panels. Looks good painted the same colour as my shed.Tricia
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