Bosch trimmer for cutting plants


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When I had my lavender plants in the back garden...I let them thicken out first and used to cut them in to ball shapes with hedge trimmers but then I came across this Bosch Trimmer on Amazon and it's good...the longer cutter is good for fresh growth on hedges and trees.


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I bet that is magic for small plants and details. I have a ryobi that I like, but I did no know they have a model with an interchangeable blade like yours and mine which is pictured below.
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This is the one I should have bought, but I did not see it available, so maybe it was not even on the market at that point.
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Your long blade is slightly longer but the one I have is good for keeping plants in shape but with Amazon they keep going up and down with the price I got mine in the sale £10 knocked off it's now at £49-99p and 1,257 people have brought it plus you can buy and extendable handle and it's used for cutting the edges of lawns...the extendable handle is £33-98p.

 
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It suprises me how large a softwood branch it can cut, maybe 15mm or so
For the birch tree hubby gets extended steps and uses clippers for it but I cut around it using the blade but hubby was saying he didn't like it but otherwise it's good for my larger lavender plants and my two viburums as i'm trying to shape them but since they've flowered for winter I leave well alone.
 

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