Q.Uneven Growing Of Red Robin Hedge
I have a Red Robin Hedge that was planted at the front of my front garden. I am unable to trim it or cut it so it is straight. To be honest I am afraid of cutting it too much. But one side of the hedge is higher than the other. How can I get the lower side to grow higher or trim the higher side lower so it looks better? I would like in the end to have all the hedge at the hight of the highest side approximately. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Unfortunately, constant pruning may be your best option. In my area, pruning these is a careful chore. In your part of the world, you don't have to worry as much about Photinia Leaf Spot disease. So, you can prune a little less carefully.
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