Box hedge Moth

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Re: Box hedge Moth

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Noisette wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:03 pm
:lol: You do know that you're supposed to cut laurel hedges with secateurs? :shock: I bet the clever-dicks at the RHS who dreamed that up hadn't got laurel hedges!
Now - I have zero interest or skill at gardening unless it involves machinery, I'll mow it, strim it, chainsaw it, trim it with a hedge cutter, and prune it with a pruner saw, but secateurs are not a male thing, MOH has quite a collection, about 10 pairs at the last count, all rusty and stiff of course :lol:
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Re: Box hedge Moth

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Noisette wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 9:40 pm
That sounds like an opening for an enterprising ex-pat to start a tool-renovation business....shall we say €5 a pair? :D
What? When Lidl sell good ones for about that price.

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