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Watch: Worker trims 55ft hedges in ‘world’s toughest gardening job’ | Way of life

Workers trimmed the famous 300-year-old hedges at Powis Castle, Wales, using a cherry picker to keep the 55ft tall plants tidy.

Gardener Dan Bull will spend ten weeks trimming the gigantic hedges at historic Welshpool.

Bull climbs the castle’s yews and hedges every summer using a hydraulic cherry picker and electric shears to keep them in good condition all year round.

The castle has almost 8,500 square meters of formal hedgerow and 14 yew trees, as well as a 14m high terrace hedge, adding a further 7,000 square meters to the gardener’s task.


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