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Posted by elderberry (U13512571) on Monday, 23rd April 2012
Something or someone is squashing my hedge, a Lonicera about 3' high and 3' deep, and I'm thinking of reinforcing it against this assault. How might this be achieved? I've considered chicken wire, sturdier canes and a draping of bramble; and while it is probably foxes, it could be children, so I don't want them to come to any real harm.
Posted by AlinaW (U2220240) on Monday, 23rd April 2012
I would start with chicken wire - it should work quite well against humans and smaller animals.
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