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pleach

The intertwined branches of a line of trees that form a barrier.
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There is also Treuer's curious affection for the verb "to pleach," which means to interweave or entwine hair, or vines, or branches, and which he uses in its past participial form as an adjective ("pleached") on numerous gratuitous occasions.
We had to pleach the hawthorn trees (hack into the trunk to split it in half), plant stakes and weave willow throughout to improve the stability.