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  • n. Plural form of hedgerow.


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  • But grumble me not because the by product of hedge massacre apart from neat hedgerows, is trillions of ash stalks, and ash has a very good use.

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  • The reason we have widespread Fuchsia in Irish hedgerows and Rhodedendron in Scotland is nothing to do with warming.


  • The native dog rose Rosa canina of our hedgerows is a single rose.

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  • I recalled the hedgerows, and a sparrow's nest I had once seen in one.

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  • The Wych Elm is probably a true native, but the more common Elm of our hedgerows is a tree of Southern Europe and North Africa, and is of such modern introduction into England that in Evelyn's time it was rarely seen north of Stamford.

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  • Under the stems of the ilex peep cyclamens, pink and sweet; the hedgerows are a tangle of vetches, convolvuluses, lupines, orchises, and alliums, with here and there a purple iris.

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  • Even in the Spring I particularly remember a host of bluebells growing just above the river bank and these, along with the primroses which grew in the hedgerows are my abiding memory of Spring in West Cumbria.

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  • By relying on such methods as isolation distances, buffer zones, pollen barriers such as hedgerows, and even varied sowing and maturation times, neighboring farmers can ensure a high degree of segregation between GM and non-GM varieties.

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  • The application system - ELS Online - provides farmers with a high degree of technical support, enabling them to calculate the size and value of farmland features such as hedgerows and buffer strips.

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  • Many have leaflets to help you navigate your way around their collection - for example the National Archives has research guides on subjects ranging from "hedgerows" to "Ireland: the Easter Rising 1916".

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