Hints and tips on how to take care your your hedges and bushes throughout the year.
For too long has the task of lifting and operating your hedgetrimmer been the least enjoyable part of gardening. A physically tiring and laborious challenge, keeping hedges tidy is a crucial element of a tidy garden, but also one that takes time and can often prove hazardous.
For gardeners trimming the hedges, particularly tall hedges, can prove tiring but achievable work. However for the more seasoned green fingered folk, it is often seen as a task that comes with a risk.
Flymo has taken this into consideration with its latest cordless hedgetrimmer, the SabreCut XT Cordless 18V. Designed for ease of use, the lightweight cordless machine contains features that make hedge cutting just a little simpler and little safer.
When buying a hedge trimmer you will see a number of products on the market to choose from. The choices are endless, but one of the biggest questions is; do I need a petrol or electric hedge trimmer?
We’re here to help with your decision. Whilst both corded and cordless hedge trimmers have their advantages below, we focus on five advantages, Flymo cordless hedge trimmers have to offer.
Moving your hedge may seem a daunting task, but by following our simple step by step guide it will ensure you complete the task as quickly and possible.
The electric hedge trimmer is the most commonly used in the UK. Using a hedge trimmer is relatively simple and generally just requires some common sense. While petrol and battery operated hedge trimmers are available, electric trimmers are popular, due to their relatively low cost and ease of use.
Often, hedges and bushes are key visual features of your garden and make a real impact on how your garden looks. The beginning of the year is often a good time to trim your hedges and bushes before the summer sun, and warmer weather encourages them to grow.