Strips of garden, victoriously planted amidst stony soil, displayed plots of vegetables enclosed by quickset hedges.
The quickset hedges on either side were only waist high and did not shelter him.
They illustrate the following sentence: 'The present hour I seem in a quickset hedge of embarrassments!
It was like falling from a quickset hedge on to a bundle of thorns.
If you lean on them they will let you fall, but one may rest against a Yorkshire breeze as one would on a quickset hedge.
That last jolt, that laid us against the quickset hedge, has done my business.
A glint of bayonets made a quickset hedge along the line of churned-up earth which had been the Germans' front—line trench.
Our gardens were at that time separated only by quickset hedges, so that it was easy to see into each others grounds.
As the English were the assailants, the precaution of posting the archers behind the quickset hedge would have proved unnecessary.
He was a short, thick man of enormous physical strength, and he sported a beard like a quickset hedge, hence his nickname.