Trimming Boxwoods | Dewalt 20v Hedge Trimmer Review // Garden Answer

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Courtney Snowstorm says:

How do you keep pests out? I don’t recall you talking about dealing with unwanted bugs that kill plants. Thank you for your informative videos as always!

Jordan McBride says:

Laura, I’d love to see a video about how/where you store and organize all your gardening tools… like these trimmers, cords/batteries, as well as smaller tools like trowels and scissors. Thanks!

1mrtbone says:

nice great job

Bla Bla says:

Nice outro.

Branden Roberts says:

I did this very thing over the weekend. I don’t have any drone footage of it though. 🙁

Holly Hocks says:

Its obvious you know what you are doing. Great skill and professional. Thanks it’s so useful seeing before I buy.

Pauline Holmes says:

I really need to trim my hedges, but I keep seeing garner snakes living behind them. Do you have any ideas on how to remove them and to keep them away.

Marie Olczak says:

I LOVE your videos! Great advice, not boring, concise and clear!

Robb North says:

Laura: Thank you for all your hard work and incredible enthusiasm; you are truly inspirational. I stumbled onto your videos and have enjoyed viewing them since. I’ve soaked up your knowledge, tips, advice…and incredible delivery…you’ve become so natural and comfortable in front of the camera…(something that is definitely easier said than done!) Keep those videos coming and say “Hey” to Aaron for me…his work/research on the camera is also very much appreciated.

And a P.S….I told my Mom about your videos (and she is not a tech-savvy person at all)…and she watches you all the time now. That is right next to a miracle!! When I get a chance to see her, the conversation always turns to your latest videos…and…haha…how cute your wave Good-bye is in all the videos!!!

Nancy Broughton says:

Beautiful hedging. I would be out there with my tape measure n everything with my ocd.. Lol

em forty says:

wanna make your life easier and save a ton of time when hedging ?? use a painters drop cloth, or tarp, or even an old bed sheet on the ground where you hedge prop the cloth up closest to the base of the hedge plant in that way you’ll never have to blow, rake, sweep, pick the trimmings. saves a ton of cleanup time as there is NONE and you’ll never get the smaller pieces off of that gravel rock base . when your done in one area just pull the cloth and drop the trimmings in a trash bin/box its easy as pie no one would even know you just hedge trim as there is zero sign of trimmings on the ground or even under the hedge plant. have you tried separating hedge trimmings when there’s wood chips or bark or mulch under or around the hedges ? Impossible. you can’t rake it out or pick each by hand and you can’t use a blower either. the cloth method is guaranteed time saver and again you leave no signs of hedging guarantee you’ll get compliments you work like a Pro.

Nick Fegan says:

I hate electric hedge trimmers…catching/chopping the cable ALWAYS.

Christina Schmidt says:

Laura,
I am in awe of your gift for gardening and all of the knowledge you have. I love watching your videos. Thank you for sharing so many helpful tips. I’ll be moving into a house, hopefully sometime in the near future and will be able to use a lot of the info you shared.

margaret pervier says:

Good job! I have an electric and almost cut my fingers off! Never cut a cord. Just have to remember to keep both hands on the handles!

Alice the Gmaw says:

Thanks for the recommendation! As an older woman the weightiness of tools keeps me from enjoying gardening chores. Happy to see there is an alternative. I’m a new subscriber and am enjoying your informative videos. Thanks for sharing.

Sarah Porras says:

I currently have 4 o clocks growing in a bed upfront with the neighbor having some beautiful winter greens as there boarder to create privacy between our properties. I am wanting to put boxwoods up front and do more wintergreen in the front of the house so it can stay green all year long. What is your opinion to help get rid of the 4 o clocks (which grow like a weed) I’ve thought of putting the mat down like you did behind your green house to prevent weeds from growing up also… not sure what the mat is called. And also what would be the best boxwood variety to put in? I’ve heard they grow kinda slow but I have set my mind to having some kind of hedge upfront. Any thoughts would be appreciated…

Three Crosses says:

Can you trim my south bush??

Eleesha Williams says:

Hi Garden Answer… I love your videos and can’t get enough! You inspire me to do something with my garden. Thing is I live in the Caribbean Trinidad and Tobago to be exact where we only have two seasons, (dry and rainy) I need some tips and names of plants, succulents anything you think that I could get that would do really well here.

Truthbetold says:

The previous owner of the property should be very pleased. You have both the skills and desire to make the garden even more amazing. Have you considered renting it out for a wedding reception? With your creations not much more embellishments need to be added. Of course guest foot traffic is a concern but with a manageable crowd it could be a lovely experience for all.

Gregs Mowing says:

Should use shears as powered blades get hot and burn leaves

Linda Martin says:

To the one who has 4O’clocks….. The only way to get rid of them is to dig the bulb up, they grow very deep. You may have a resido of them if there are seeds the following year.

Jackie Binkley says:

I can’t say enough good things about my battery operated hedge trimmers because I can’t find anything I don’t like about them. You don’t have to worry where in your yard they go and no messy irritating cord to worry about. Mine are well used and in their 2nd year and are still really sharp and are also fabulous for cutting long grass/weeds prior to mowing difficult areas. AAA+ and then some. If anyone is still thinking about getting some I would say go for it!!!

Bao Vang says:

I love your videos and your projects, definitely motivating for me to get out and tackle some of my gardening projects!

eagles5196 says:

Thank you for this review girl I love it! Be careful 🙂

Erin James says:

DeWalt products is the stuff! Expensive, but worth it!

TexicoRambler says:

I have the blower. It’s great for cleaning up after mowing and grass trimming. A new hedge trimmer arrives Monday. Thanks for the video. Subscribed.

Cindy Fairchild says:

How did you trim those egg shaped mounds?

gail bader says:

What a great professional job you did!!

Maria Isabella Alegrio says:

hi, how much does it cost your hedge trimmer? thanks

myawman says:

boxwoods are my fav too! 😉

Dana Walker says:

Never mind the trimmer…I want those leave scooper thingys!

kasey hulton says:

leaf scoops!!! I need those!!

Jeannette V says:

Thanks for the tip! I liked the video to it was different like the intro and ending. that drone is pretty cool it brings a different view! I like it!

Sandy Sheely says:

Thank you Laura! I am so happy to know which blower you have been using.
Time to go shopping for my own !
Maybe Dewalt would like to giveaway one? Lol

caryn louise says:

Looks great!! Thanks 4 the info Laura, do you think the trimmer would work on an old Lilac hedge? My mom has a pretty tall dense 1 in the alley and along the side of her house.

Sarah Porras says:

I currently have 4 o clocks growing in a bed upfront with the neighbor having some beautiful winter greens as there boarder to create privacy between our properties. I am wanting to put boxwoods up front and do more wintergreen in the front of the house so it can stay green all year long. What is your opinion to help get rid of the 4 o clocks (which grow like a weed) I’ve thought of putting the mat down like you did behind your green house to prevent weeds from growing up also… not sure what the mat is called. And also what would be the best boxwood variety to put in? I’ve heard they grow kinda slow but I have set my mind to having some kind of hedge upfront. Any thoughts would be appreciated…

solrsys says:

Love it, how long does the batter last per charge?

cheri Noda says:

so cool!

John Lauren Cunanan says:

wow they look now perfect

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