Hedge trimmers

Whether shrubs or boxwoods, small or large hedges, GARDENA has the right hedge trimmers for almost all requirements and gardens.
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Well-groomed hedges without the hard work

Close-up of a Gardena Hedge Trimmer cutting a hedge

It's all about comfort!

The GARDENA Hedge Trimmers are well balanced and have ergonomically designed handles to guarantee comfortable work. The products are lightweight and have smart features to support ergonomic working positions for all kinds of applications.

A woman trimming her hedge with a Gardena Hedge Trimmer

Easy to use

EasyCut models are light and powerful Hedge Trimmers with ergonomically formed handles – ideal for cutting smaller or shorter hedges.

A young man trimming a high hedge, using the telescopic handle of the Gardena Hedge Trimmer

Top handling

Easy and convenient with a maximum reach of 3,5 meters. For the efficient cutting of high hedges safely from the ground.

A man trimming the top of a hedge with the Gardena Hedge Trimmer

Best ergonomic working position

The tiltable head lets you conveniently cut hedge tops as well as groundcover.

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