Hedges & Shrubs
Leyland cypress, photinia, laurel, and arborvitae are a few examples of the variety of hedge species that flourish in the Pacific Northwest. No matter the type of hedge, we spend the time it takes to make it look beautiful. Once a hedge reaches the desired size, the new growth should be removed from the top and sides every year or two. Neglecting scheduled maintenance can cause the hedge to become too large, more expensive to maintain, and more susceptible to snow or ice damage.