He halted on a hedgerow in a narrow lane, which bordered a deep wood.
In the hedgerow it had been mere existence; for there had been no real scope for his tail.
Every ditch and hedgerow, every road and lane, every hill and copse must be defended.
And there is always beauty in the hedgerow; and wherever the road runs there is beauty.
It was a delicious evening, and the birds were singing from every brake and hedgerow.
The chaise stops; Varney pulls in, and draws aside to the hedgerow.
Just at this instant, under the hedgerow, Tiger raised his head.
The first named is one of the commonest of our hedgerow flowers.
If the summer has died it has left the autumn wealthy, and its treasury is a hedgerow.
The violet in the hedgerow 'bloomed unseen,'—or 'died unknown,' was it?