Skip to main content.

Food Recipes

Italian Recipes
Indian Recipes
American Recipes
Soup Recipes
Salads Recipes
Breakfast Dainties Recipes
Foreign Recipes
White House Recipes
International Recipes
Domestic Useful Recipe Hints


Simple Garden Hedges Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Garden Hedges.

A well trained hawthorn fence is the strongest, but as it is apt to get thin and full of gaps at the bottom, the barberry is to be preferred, especially on high banks with a light soil. It may be raised from the berries as easily as hawthorn, and will grow faster, if the suckers be planted early. The barberry puts up numerous suckers from the roots; it will therefore always grow close at the bottom, and make an impenetrable fence. In trimming any kind of close hedge, care should be taken to slope the sides, and make it pointed at the top: otherwise, the bottom being shaded by the upper part, will make it grow thin and full of gaps. The sides of a young hedge may be trimmed, to make it bush the better. But it should not be topped till it has arrived at a full yard in height, though a few of the points may be taken off. The bottom of hawthorn hedges may be conveniently thickened, by putting in some plants of common sweet briar, or barberry.


Bookmark and Share

Cooking Resources

Food Dictionary
Poetical Cooking

Free Services

Free Text Messages
Free Picture Messages
Free Fax
Free Calls Anywhere

Follow Us

Twitter
Facebook