Cutting laurel - That's how it's done


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Pruning in March and July

A laurel bush can be kept as a solitary plant in the garden or as a hedge. But unlike other hedge plants you have to cut the laurel.

Cut laurel with secateurs
Here you should not come with the hedge trimmer and cut large areas. If leaves are severed, they would die off and the risk of disease increases. Not only does it look unattractive, it's also not good for the plant. A laurel cut should therefore always be done with pruning shears. Separate the branches individually, just above a leaf or a bud. So the laurel always looks beautiful and can be perfectly shaped.

Pruning in March and July
Incidentally, you can make corrections throughout the year, the laurel is in this case not vindictive. Larger cuts should be made in March and again in July. But make sure that no birds nest in the bushes or hedges. If this is the case then you should do without the juliet cut. Otherwise, you can always make corrections.

Bring laurel bush in shape
In which form you cut your laurel, that's up to you. He actually likes all the ornamental shapes. It is important that you look at the shape from a further distance every now and then. Only then can you best identify any irregularities.

Video Board: Pruning an over grown Laurel Hedge.

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