Other Styles of Hedgelaying
The Devon style of hedgelaying is quite distinctive. The main stock barrier is often the bank on which the hedge stands. This means
that the hedge can be laid so the pleachers are at a very acute angle and the finished hedge is very low and tight to the top of the bank.
There are many other styles of hedge that don't have a bank and so laying them involves making more of a barrier using the pleachers.
More information and some examples are available on the National Hedgelaying Society site.