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- Green Thumb
- Posts: 439
- Joined: Thu Nov 09, 2006 11:17 am
- Location: Midcoast Maine, Zone 5b
For all practical purposes you can't effectively stunt the growth of a plant without a substantial risk of killing it. If you can tell us where you live and what plant(s) make up your hedge we'll offer what advice we can. Sometimes woody plants (trees & shrubs) grow extra rapidly if they are in or near a heavily maintained lawn because of the very high inputs of water and nutrients - this situation is actually unhealthy for the woody plants.