Thursday, 18 July 2013
Hedge Cutting In The Heatwave
The daytime temperatures have been averaging 27/28 degrees C, an unusual heatwave for July, but this hasn't stopped the guys in the team cutting some more of the hedges in and around the college grounds.
Hot, sticky and sweat pouring down them they have managed to cut five hedges, some small but others large. Ligustrum (Privet), Pyracantha, Buxus sempervirens (Box) and Lonicera nitida have all been neatly trimmed, leaving just the five yew hedges, 33 box balls, 20 yew columns and 1 box hedge left to do.