Hedging and Hedge Pruning

Hedge Trimming

Make your hedges healthy and lush.

There are many hedge trimming companies in Toronto, but we’re among the best when it comes to outcomes. This is because we offer scientifically-backed hedge care and hedge maintenance, at competitive prices.

Hedge trimming is one of our most popular services to offer as the difference in before and after is so stunning.

As Certified Arborists, we care deeply for your hedges and that means we won’t just show up and cut them. When you contact us for a free assessment, we’ll discuss the hedge problems you’re having and discuss the various options to solve them. 

We’ll tell you what is possible to keep your hedge healthy, and what options are impossible to achieve.

Getting your hedges to look their best isn’t as easy as a quick “haircut”, our hedge experts have years of experience using professional tools and techniques to get the job done. We are often called in to fix the problems that handymen, untrained landscapers and DIY hedging has created. 

Get your hedges done right by the professionals in tree care – give us a call!

Below, you’ll find general information and FAQs about hedge and shrub trimming. A big guide of hedges, and here you can find our hedge trimming price guide to get an idea of how much hedges cost to trim.

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Basic Hedge FAQs

Hedge trimming jobs average from $350 to $3500 in Toronto, depending on the size of the job and other factors. We have a whole hedge trimming price guide to answer your questions about costs.

Our per visit minimum is $350+tax, but we provide free estimates for tree work so you can make an informed decision.

All hedges are different and there are many different reasons to prune or trim a hedge or shrub!

Damaged Hedge or Shrub Repair:

Trim or prune immediately to avoid worsening damage. If branches are damaged by wind, snow or storms get your hedge assessed right away no matter the time of year.


Hedge Maintenance Trimming or Hedge "Haircut":

Light trimming of hedges to keep them neat and tidy should be done during the spring and early summer. This includes hedging the face of the plant, and its tops and sides but doesn't include significant changes to the height or spread. Large changes to size or shape should be done when the hedge is dormant.


Hedge and shrub Shaping:

Shaping requires taking off a more significant amount of material than hedge maintenance, so it should be preformed when the hedge is dormant. This should generally be done in late winter or early spring before "bud out". Pruning in the summer is possible but should be done carefully to avoid sun scorch and other problems. 


Reduce Height of Hedges: 

Heigh reductions for hedges should be done when the plant is dormant, from late fall to early spring. Reducing height during the summer is possible but should be done carefully.

Different hedges and shrubs grow at different rates and are more or less sensitive to pruning. It also depends on how neat you expect your hedges to be, the level of sunlight, water and soil. 

Generally speaking you should lightly prune boxwoods, cedars, beeches and hornbeams 1-2 max per year as they are more sensitive to pruning. If you're making more significant changes to shape, size or spread, wait until the next year to have them tidied up further to avoid damage. Yews can be safely trimmed back twice per year.

Hedges that grow out of invasive species such as Chinese elm, Siberian elm, buckthorn and others can be trimmed back between 2-4 times per year depending on their rate of growth. 

Hedges grow towards sunlight, meaning the top of the hedge has more access to sunlight than the bottom. Professional hedge trimmers understand how to cut hedges properly to maximize sunlight. This ensures light reaches as far down as possible without losing the ideal shape.

Hedges that are not properly trimmed like this will develop holes, patchy areas and look less full and green. They will also tend to grow wider at the top, making them vulnerable to damage from snow and wind.

Even with adequate sunlight, when hedges are not pruned often enough they will experience interior die back. This means that the inside of the plant has only wood, no leaves. When this happens, trimming will result in large bare patches that will not regrow leaves. Correcting this issue takes years, during which the hedge will have to regrow and be pruned repeatedly.

When hedges aren't pruned properly or often enough, it can take years to repair them. During this time, the hedge will look less full and healthy. If a problem is left for too long, sometimes the hedges cannot be fixed and must be replaced. Aside from the cost, planting takes time and there is no guarantee new trees will thrive in difficult urban soils.

We're passionate about your trees, and have extensive experience in damaged hedge repair. Damaged hedges should be repaired as quickly as possible to ensure they survive, and to keep your home looking beautiful. Hedges and shrubs can be damaged by heavy snows and ice, wind, other trees - even the soil they grow in! We don't have an article about this yet, but soon we'll cover how to do your own hedge repair after storm damage. Hedge repair is not dissimilar from tree pruning, as hedges are trees or woody plants. We have an article about DIY tree pruning that may offer some insight.

Hedges and shrubs can create softer lines in a garden full of hardscaping, or many different sized trees and plants. They also help delineate one area of your property from another, can act as a natural fence and improve privacy. Hedges and shrubs absorb sound, filter pollution, reduce ambient temperatures near your home and leave your property looking lush and green.

When taken care of, hedges, shrubs and ornamental trees offer immense value to your home. Not only do they benefit you on a day to day basis, they can also improve your property resale value. It is estimated that trees and other greenery like hedges can improve property value 5-15%. The better cared for, the higher that number is likely to be.

On the other hand, hedges and shrubs that are poorly maintained can result in significant costs and loss of value. When hedges provide privacy to your home, poor maintenance practices and other problems can cause them to grow improperly or die. Hedges that are "topped", too aggressively trimmed or not trimmed often enough will develop serious health problems.

If your hedges develop health problems or serious damage, they may need to be replaced. Replacing hedges (especially tall or large hedges) costs quite a lot of money. If they don't get replaced, you may lose the function they play in your environment. For example, you might lose your privacy, or the way a hedge fence between you and your neighbour.

Hedges can be a huge asset, like a green investment, but you have to maintain them to keep their value otherwise they can become costly.

From spider mites in your cedar, to the terrible Boxwood moth, there are many different pests and diseases that hedges can get. Some of these are deadly to the tree, like cedar root rot, while others can impact their appearance - like wooly aphids on a beech hedge. The best step you can take is to have it properly identified by a tree care expert ASAP! Identifying pests and diseases is the first step towards treating them. Vista Tree Management is staffed by Certified Arborists with Ontario Pesticide Licenses. 

Certified Arborists can be masters of hedges, either in their tree or shrub form. We have a great roundup of the best arborist companies in Toronto and hyper local arborist companies in Toronto, all of which offer hedge trimming as a service.

We want to share as much knowledge as we can. Right now, we have an article on the Top 10 myths about hedges, and soon we'll be adding more information on how you can prune or trim your hedges yourself.

Hedge Care and Repair Guide


When it comes to hedge trimming, homeowners have a variety of options to choose from in order to maintain their property’s aesthetic appeal and overall health. At Vista Tree, we specialize in maintaining and repairing both regular and high value hedges and shrubs of all types.

To get a better understanding of what is involved in hedge trimming and maintenance, we’ll explain the various types of hedges found in Toronto. We’ll get into different trimming techniques, optimal times for maintenance, tips on repairing damaged hedges as well as essential equipment needed to achieve the lushest hedges.

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Types of Hedges in Toronto

In Toronto, homeowners and commercial properties love to use hedges to add privacy and beauty to their outdoor spaces. Some popular hedge varieties include cedars, beeches, yews, hornbeams and boxwoods. Each type has unique characteristics and requirements for proper trimming and maintenance.

Cedars: Fast-growing evergreens perfect for privacy screens

Cedar hedges are a top choice in Toronto due to their fast growth rate and ability to provide excellent privacy screening. These evergreen trees have dense foliage that can block out noise pollution while also serving as an attractive backdrop for your property. 

Emerald Cedars are one of the most popular forms of hedges, followed by Eastern White Cedar and Black Cedar. There are many different kinds of cedar trees and hedges, with their own quirks, pros and cons. 

Emerald Cedars are beautiful and prized for their lush green colour and stately shape. They are often planted in rows to create a privacy screen and are widely available. However, they can be very difficult to keep alive in the wrong conditions and tend to break under snow or wind weight.

Standard cedars are also used for privacy screening and will grow in shade, but be much fuller and vibrant in full sun. 

Regular cedar tree trimming is essential to maintain the desired shape and size of cedar hedges. Every few years, cleaning out the interior the cedars is recommended, particularly Emerald Cedars. Due to the way they grow, cedars tend to shed needles on the inside which can build up over time. As they build up the needles restricts airflow, promotes rotting or mould and can become home to pests.

Beeches: Deciduous trees with attractive foliage throughout the year

Beech trees make stunning deciduous hedges that display vibrant colors during different seasons. In spring, their leaves emerge with a soft green hue before turning into coppery shades come autumn. Beeches require regular pruning to encourage healthy growth patterns while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

These hedges come in a variety of colours. They can grow in many conditions, but are also prone to pests like wooly aphids which can be an aesthetic and health issue.

Yews: Dense evergreen shrubs suitable for formal hedging

Yew shrubs, another variety native to Toronto, create dense evergreen barriers ideal for formal garden designs or creating privacy around outdoor spaces like patios or poolsides. Their dark green needles remain lush all year round, and with proper care, yews can be shaped into various forms such as topiaries or archways. Professional tree service experts can help you maintain the perfect shape for your yew hedges.

Boxwoods: Small-leaved evergreens ideal for low borders

Boxwood shrubs are versatile plants that thrive in Toronto’s climate conditions. They have small leaves and dense growth habits, making them an excellent choice for creating low borders around flower beds or walkways. Boxwoods respond well to regular trimming by Vista Tree Management arborists, which helps maintain their compact form while promoting healthy growth. 

Unfortunately, boxwoods are also prone to a number of signficant pests that can damage their appearance or kill them. Boxwood moth, leaf miner and mites have both negative aesthetic and health impacts while psyllids cause aesthetic problems. These pests recur yearly or multiple times a year, requiring pesticide treatment to suppress.


Key Takeaway: 

Toronto homeowners and commercial properties use hedges to add privacy and beauty to their outdoor spaces. Popular hedge varieties include cedars, beeches, yews, and boxwoods – each with unique characteristics requiring proper trimming and maintenance. Regular hedge trimming is essential for maintaining the desired shape and size of any hedge or shrub.

Common Hedge Problems and their Causes

There are many different types of hedges that can have their own particular sets of common problems. However, we find that we hear a lot about the issues below regardless of the type of hedge, shrub or tree.

Split or Separating Hedge

If your hedges are split or separating, it is likely because the are too tall, too flat or too structurally compromised to support the weight of the hedge sections or leaves. That, or they’ve experienced some sort of damage like snow or ice building up and causing damage.

Hedges that are too flat will act like a shelf for snow and ice. When the accumulation becomes too much, there will be damage and unevenness created, or whole sections broken under the weight. The solution is to modify the hedge, provide greater support to compromised stems and look at wrapping it over winter. Always knock snow off if you notice it building up!

When hedges aren’t regularly pruned or trimmed, they can grow too quickly. Since trees are heliotropic – meaning they grow towards the sun – hedges with lots of light can grow very quickly, and those with a small amount will grow towards wherever the light is best. New growth is generally very weak.

If the new growth is particularly heavy compared to how strong it is, this will result in splitting or separation of the hedge. What looked like one green shape prior to the separation will now look like multiple stems of different growth and is not very visually appealing. To fix this problem, weight must be reduced and structural wiring may need to be done. 

Falling Over or Droopy

This is a similar problem to separating or splitting hedges but is usually more pronounced and dramatic. This is what happens to taller hedges that have poor form. As they grow, their tops become heavy and can cause the hedge to come apart or fall over. 

Hedges that have fallen over or are very droopy at the top may be able to be repaired. Never say never when it comes to hedges – there are some that cannot be saved but if it can be this will generally be better to do than replacing them. 


Hedges take a long time to grow to the size that is more susceptible to this. In the time since it was grown the site conditions may have changed (like another tree growing up and shading the hedge) which may make it hard to replant and regrow another one and the same spot. Even properly planted hedges and trees sometimes struggle to survive depending on the conditions.

Patchy or has holes

Most common causes: overaggressive pruning (see “too tall or too big”) below, lack of sunlight on the face or side of the hedge, failure to thrive due to too little water or nutrients. Individual species may also be infested with insects that are negatively impacting the vitality, in combination with one of the above issues.

As hedges grow taller they will naturally shade themselves, particularly if they are grown in a box or wall style. This is because the plant is growing towards the sun, and the top has more access. As it grows bigger due to greater sunlight, it will shade the areas below it. The solution is to put a chamfer on the hedge. 

A chamfer is an angle cut into the top of the hedge that allows more light in but still gives the wall like appearance. This angle is gradual rather than abrupt, and also prevents the hedge from having issues with overhang or breakages from snow and feels more natural. 

Hedges that are cut at 90 degree angles will tend to have more separations, droop, patches or sparse areas. They can also feel imposing rather than visually pleasing while sitting under them. 

Too little water or nutrients means the hedge is failing to thrive and grow as it doesn’t have the right nutrition. Since it is not getting enough, the hedge will naturally restrict new growth to conserve limited energy for existing growth. Overtime this can make it appear thin and unhealthy. 

The first signs of this would be loss of verdancy or green, visible when standing back and looking from afar a sort of yellowish tinge (for green plants) or a paler hue for other colours. 

Hedge Turning Brown 

Most common cause: poor planting or root damage, overwatering, under watering, disease or pest issues. 

Sadly, we get called to many jobs where clients have had hedges installed between 1-5 years prior that have died or have significant dieback. The culprit is usually poor planting, frequently the plants are just put in the ground with the burlap and wire still on from the nursery, covered up and left. The owners pay a big bill for a shoddy job that is only discovered years later.

Overwatering is also very common – too much and the roots will begin to rot. Root rot is also caused by pathogens and can be spread between plants, resulting in dieback. 

Underwatering sometimes happens and looks very similar to overwatering. The only difference is the soil is dry. Since both result in the plant not getting enough water or nutrients, the cause looks similar. With overwatering, the roots rotting prevent uptake of water, with under watering, there is not enough water to sustain the plant. 

Pests can also cause this, including mites and leaf miner, as well as moths. The species is the big determinant of which pest and how to fix it. A certified arborist and license exterminator should be able to identify and treat these issues.

Too Tall or Too Big or Losing Ideal Shape

As the hedge grows over time, it stretches up or out further and further. Each time it grows and adds new foliage, more shade is created on the interior of the hedge. Eventually, foliage will start to decrease and drop off from the interior leaving only wood on the inside and a thin layer of green on the outside.

Cutting back these hedges is hard because the inside is bare with only a small layer of green on the outside. A giant, healthy looking hedge is more like a bubble of green (empty inside) than a solid mass of green leaves or needles. Once you break the outer layer – pop! – the lushness is gone. 

To reduce these hedges in height or spread, selective pruning and reductions must be made. This may need to occur over the course of a few years depending on how significant a size reduction is necessary.


Hedge Trimming Techniques

Trimming hedges in Toronto can be a daunting task, but with the right techniques and knowledge, even the most challenging hedges can be tamed. Proper pruning methods ensure healthy growth while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing appearance. Here are some common practices:

Selective Pruning: Improving structure by removing specific branches

Selective pruning involves carefully removing individual branches that may be dead, diseased, or causing overcrowding within the hedge. This technique promotes better air circulation and light penetration for healthier plant growth. 

Selective pruning may also allow for greater sunlight penetration into the centre of hedges that have overgrown – this advanced structuring technique takes time and patience. This allows for new growth further inside the hedge, which may allow for overgrown sections to be cut back. Cutting back hedges to the point there is no foliage will ruin the hedge, and it is unlikely to recover. 

If selective pruning is utilized to fix overgrown hedges, it can take multiple iterations of pruning the hedge over the course of a few years to create the desired density and foliage growth nessecary to reshape or restructure the hedge. This allows us to save mature hedges and reshape prized hedges, but is not a quick fix.

Shearing: Creating a neat and uniform appearance

Shearing is the process of cutting back all branches evenly along the entire length of the hedge. This method creates a neat and uniform appearance but should be done with caution as excessive shearing can lead to sparse foliage and reduced vigor over time. This is often what people refer to as “trimming a hedge.” 

Shearing involves taking between 1-3 inches off the “faces” or sides of a hedge using a power hedge trimmer. It should not result in cutting back to sticks or all the foliage gone. If it does, you’ve cut too far and may have issues regrowing the lost greenery, creating holes and patches.

Reducing Height: Lowering during dormancy

Reducing the height involves cutting down taller sections of your hedge to create a more balanced look or reduce its overall size without compromising its health. It’s best performed during late winter or early spring before new growth begins so that plants have ample time to recover from any stress caused by this process. 

This should not be done in the middle of summer. At this stage, the hedge is in-between growth phases and will not immediately begin putting on new growth like they do in spring and to a lesser degree in the fall. Summertime sun can also be extremely hot, and cutting back the part of the hedge that provides the most shade can alter the conditions it is growing in very abruptly. 

This should not be done by simply picking a point and cutting a hedge down to it. This practice is called topping, and it is generally a very bad idea. Hedges and trees won’t necessarily recover from having too much cut at once, and if they do it can create other issues – worst case you’ll kill it in a relatively short time.

Instead, this is like selective pruning in that you need to identify the branches and stems to remove first and make appropriate cuts to take them out while still having foliage on top. In other words, you’re going to cut back the top but leave enough for it to properly regrow. Then, light shearing to tidy and straighten can be done. 

Significant height reductions are best achieved over the course of 1-3 years rather than in one session. This allows time for the plant to regrow.



Key Takeaway: 

Toronto hedge trimming can be made easy with the right techniques. Selective pruning, shearing and topping/reducing height are common practices that promote healthy growth while maintaining an aesthetically pleasing appearance. It’s important to consider factors such as the type of hedge, its purpose in your landscape and desired outcome when choosing a technique.

Best Time for Hedge Trimming in Toronto

Trimming hedges is like giving them a haircut – timing is everything. To keep your hedges healthy and looking sharp, it’s essential to know when to trim them. Here’s a guide to help you determine the best time for hedge trimming in Toronto.

Light Maintenance Trimming: Spring & Early Summer

For routine maintenance and minor shape adjustments, it’s best to trim your hedges during the spring and early summer months. This is when new growth begins, allowing your hedges to recover quickly from any pruning. Light trimming encourages healthy growth and helps maintain a neat appearance throughout the growing season.

  • Tip: Avoid heavy pruning during this period as it can stress your plants and lead to unwanted side effects such as reduced flowering or weakened foliage.

Shaping & Significant Size Reductions: Late Winter / Early Spring

If you need to reshape your hedges or significantly reduce their size, the ideal time is during dormancy – usually late winter or early spring before buds start forming. Pruning at this time allows you to make more substantial cuts without causing excessive stress on your plants since they’re not actively growing yet. Additionally, with leaves absent from deciduous hedges like beeches, it’s easier for you (and professional arborists) to see the structure of your hedge clearly and make precise cuts accordingly.

  • Tip: When pruning during dormancy, be mindful of the City of Toronto’s tree bylaws, which may require a permit for certain types of trimming or removal.

In summary, trimming your hedges at the right time is crucial for their health and appearance. Light maintenance should be done in spring and early summer, while more significant shaping or size reductions are best performed during late winter or early spring before bud out. 

By following these guidelines and working with professional arborists like those at Vista Tree Management, you can ensure that your hedges receive proper care throughout the year.


Key Takeaway: 

Knowing the best time for hedge trimming in Toronto is crucial to keep them healthy and looking sharp. Light maintenance should be done during spring and early summer, while significant shaping or size reductions are best performed during late winter or early spring before bud out. Professional arborists can help you make precise cuts accordingly and ensure that your hedges receive proper care throughout the year.

Damaged Hedge Repair Tips

Harsh weather conditions can damage your hedges, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Follow these tips to repair your damaged hedges and keep them healthy all year round.

Assessing Damage: Identifying Broken or Weakened Branches

The first step in repairing a damaged hedge is assessing the extent of the damage. Look for broken or split branches that may be hanging down or leaning on other parts of the plant. If you’re unsure about whether a branch needs removal, consult with an expert arborist from Vista Tree Management. They can help determine which limbs need pruning and provide guidance on how best to repair your hedge.

Immediate Action: Pruning Damaged Areas to Prevent Worsening

If you find any damaged sections in your hedges, take immediate action by carefully pruning away affected branches using sharp tools like hand shears or electric trimmers. Be sure not to cut too close to healthy growth as this could lead to additional stress on the plant.

  • Clean Cuts: Make clean cuts at an angle just above a bud or lateral branch when removing deadwood; this will encourage new growth and minimize potential disease entry points. Cut perpendicular to the angle of growth, creating a flat stub rather than a slanted stub.
  • Safety Gear: Wear protective glasses or goggles – when cutting something above you those branches can come down fast with the point first. One unlucky cut and you could have a serious problem.
  • Avoid Over-Pruning: It’s crucial not only to remove visibly damaged portions but also to avoid excessive trimming since doing so might weaken overall structure and health.
  • If you’re not sure, ask before cutting: It can’t be glued back together!
  • Using Rope or Wire: Using rope or wire to support damage can be done temporarily but long term it needs to be installed correctly or can actually result in more problems (or not enough support). This is where arborists can be of assistance after the initial patch job as this is a bit more complicated than you might think to do right.

More Extensive Repairs

In some cases, more extensive repairs may be necessary, such as structural pruning, wiring or “renovation” to provide additional support for weakened hedges. If you’re unsure about the best course of action, consult with a professional tree care company like Vista Tree Management who can assess your situation and recommend appropriate solutions.

Maintaining healthy hedges is an ongoing process that requires regular attention and care. By monitoring their condition closely, addressing any issues promptly, and enlisting help from experts when needed, homeowners in Toronto can enjoy beautiful and functional greenery all year round.


Key Takeaway: 

To repair damaged hedges, assess the extent of damage by identifying broken or weakened branches and consult with an arborist if necessary. Take immediate action by pruning affected areas to prevent worsening, but avoid over-pruning as it may weaken overall structure and health. For more extensive repairs, seek help from professional tree care companies.

Professional hedge trimming and repair in Toronto

Save time and effort by hiring professional tree experts for your hedge trimming needs in Toronto. These specialists have experience with various plant species and local climate conditions, ensuring optimal results for your landscape.

Each hedge species in Toronto requires specific care and maintenance techniques. Maintaining a beautiful hedge requires regular trimming, which can be time-consuming for busy homeowners. Vista Tree Management offers efficient service without sacrificing quality. Their extensive experience leads to faster completion and better results, with no cleanup required on your part.

  • Faster completion: Professionals work quickly due to their extensive experience.
  • Better results: Expertise leads to more precise cuts that promote healthier growth.
  • No cleanup required: Professionals take care of disposing trimmings after completing the job.

FAQs in Relation to Toronto Hedge Trimming

How much does it cost to trim hedges in Toronto?

We have a handy price guide on hedge trimming to get into the nitty gritty of job cost. 

What is the importance of trimming hedges?

Trimming hedges promotes healthy growth, maintains an attractive appearance, and ensures safety by preventing overgrowth that could obstruct walkways or sightlines.

When should you not trim your hedges?

Avoid trimming hedges during their active growing season (late spring through summer) as this may cause stress and hinder overall growth. Instead, focus on light maintenance during early spring or significant shaping in late winter/early spring when plants are dormant.

What are the tips and tricks for hedge trimming?

  • Maintain sharp tools for clean cuts.
  • Taper the top slightly narrower than the base to allow sunlight penetration.
  • Cut back older stems at ground level annually to promote rejuvenation.
  • Avoid excessive pruning which can lead to bare patches.


Toronto Hedge Trimming

Trimming hedges is crucial for maintaining a beautiful and healthy landscape in Toronto.

There are different types of hedges in Toronto, and each requires specific trimming techniques such as selective pruning and shearing.

The best time for hedge trimming in Toronto depends on your maintenance level or shaping goals, and it’s essential to follow the right timing to avoid damaging your hedges.

If your hedges are damaged, you can repair them quickly to prevent further damage by following some simple tips. However, hiring professional hedge trimming services in Toronto is the best option as they offer expert knowledge about local climate conditions and use industry-standard tools to provide efficient service without sacrificing quality.

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