Now what is that? I have not taken flight for Honeydukes or gone Munchkin in the head.
To keep the rabbits off, the new hedge plants get a bamboo cane to prop them up and over that gets popped the spiral tube. And so the hedgling plant grows away. The tube is see through and the young plant gets light and water and is invincible to browsing coney teeth. Until it reaches the top of the tube. From there it bushes out, out of rabbit reach. But that makes a hedge on legs that the rabbits can walk straight through. A far cry from stock proof.
Enmeshing in wire makes the weeds difficult to get at. Cutting the plants back down to resprout makes for a wide and wandering hedge. I am hunting for a cure for lollipop syndrome.