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Letters to Wendy

Brighten your boundary

RECENTLY, Anne Swithinbank wrote about hedge options and how they are more wildlife friendly than fences and can look much nicer ( AG , 26 October).

I have a boundary wall which separates my border from the pavement and road, and I thought long and hard about how

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