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pleach

The intertwined branches of a line of trees that form a barrier.
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Holly Forsythia Topiary Willow living fence Escallonia Beech Pleaching Use hornbeam to create a high-level 'pleached' hedge, great for a stylish, modern garden
They was pleaching a hedge by the pitch' = 'Roedden nhw'n plygu gwrych wrth y darn serth yn y ffordd.
In boths tyles judges Brian Davies and Mervyn Price looked for cleanliness of pleaching, strength against stock, finish and firmness and a good top line.
Pleaching is a method of growing trees close enough together for their branches to touch.