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Old 12-12-2012, 01:26 AM
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Trimming hedges to often results in a weaker bush with a thin green shell and hollow center with no inner leaves. If You can pull back some branches and see no inner leaves you have a problem. To fix this, and get better growth inside the center, learn how to thin out the right branches. This will cause the bush to make new branches inside. Its a good habit to start if you want to give some vigor to your bushes. Otherwise they are on their way out and will have to be replaced soon.
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