Hedgerows are an important habitat for British plants. Their character varies widely over the country, but essentially they mimic a woodland margin or clearing.
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Hedgerows are principally boundary markers and barriers to keep livestock in and intruders out of peoples' property. They are lines of close grown trees and shrubs which are cut or pruned at regular intervals to encourage dense re-growth and tidy appearance.Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21605
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