Hedge help

The name ‘hedgehog’ came into use around the year 1450, derived from ‘heyghoge’, because it frequents hedgerows and ‘hoge’, from its piglike snout.

Hedgehogs are an icon of the British countryside but their numbers have declined by 25 per cent in the past 10 years after surviving an estimated 15 million years.
Slug Shield benefits hedgehogs while protecting plants from slugs and snails. Because it does not kill the pest it means and that the insectivorous mammal has a good supply of food.
Its angular shape creates the kind of unstable difficult surface that slugs and snails will avoid. it doesn’t absorb moisture which means it lasts many times longer than rival products and doesn’t degrade, freeze or go mouldy.
It can be used in a wide range of areas including plant pots, borders and vegetable patches to provide a natural protective barrier between precious plants and vegetables and those unwanted pests.

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