A woman in Nottingham, UK, turned her garden hedge into the giant face of a cat. Amy Elizabeth Pierpoint, 33, says she hopes to change the hedge with the seasons. The eyes of the cat are made from carpet liner, colored with blue sharpie. Nearby residents have expressed delight at the tabby topiary. A resident told NottinghamshireLive: "It's a lovely thought and has made a lot of us chuckle."
Woman Cuts Her Garden Hedge Into The Shape of a Cat

Woman Cuts Her Garden Hedge Into The Shape of a Cat

Woman Cuts Her Garden Hedge Into The Shape of a Cat

Woman Cuts Her Garden Hedge Into The Shape of a Cat

Garden hedges are hedges made use of in gardens. They are used as barriers and obstacles from preventing the entrance of persons in a garden. Apart from this, they are used separating a garden from other properties, gardens and even a road.  Garden hedges consist mainly of shrubs and trees that are beautifully trimmed.

Apart from the major functions of a garden hedge, it also serves aesthetics purposes. As a result of the hedge being beautifully trimmed, the garden is given a pleasurable and beautiful look. In most times, the hedge is usually in the same color with the garden. This creates a form of union and hence brings out an attractive look.

Garden hedges are made up mostly of ornamental shrubs. These ornamental shrubs are found in various kinds. Examples include oriental shrub like bonsai which create lovely conversational pieces and it can be trimmed into different shapes as a result of the twisted branches are create them.

There are some kinds of garden hedges that are made up of lovely flowers at different periods in a year. Both the oriental shrubs and the ones with beautiful flowers demand more work compared to the traditional hedgerow evergreen.

Another flowering shrub is the rose of Sharon which is very beautiful. They are not really exceptional as they wither during winter. There is also the lavender which is a perfect hedge plant for beauty and privacy. Lavender also withers off during winter periods.

Garden Hedge

Garden Hedge

Garden Hedge