STIHL Hedge Trimmers ensure every job is cut to perfection. Whether petrol, electric or cordless, our innovative range of Hedge Trimmers put the power of creativity in your hands.

A neat and tidy hedge is a joy to see, but it does need work to achieve that smart finish. You can of course do the job by hand, but a powered hedge trimmer will almost certainly save you time and energy. Choosing the right hedge trimmer is an important decision; the right machine will pay long-term dividends, no matter the size or scale of your task. Find out here how to get your hedge into shape the correct way. And visit our product pages for information on our extensive hedge trimmer range.

STIHL Battery Hedge Trimmers

Mobile, quiet and powerful, STIHL’s innovative Battery Hedge Trimmers meet professional demands for cutting performance and working. Like all STIHL battery products there are 3 ranges from the entry level with Integrated Lithium-Ion battery, COMPACT battery range for medium sized gardens and the PRO range for larger gardens and professional users.

STIHL HSA 45 Battery Trimmer

Starting at just $199 the HSA 45 is a very light battery hedge trimmer with good cutting performance. 

STIHL Petrol Hedge Trimmers

With STIHL Hedge Trimmers, our equipment has been designed for the best and most comfortable cutting performance. An ideal tool for quick, clean cutting in domestic and commercial applications.

  • Powerful hedging tools with low weight and high cutting performance
  • Perfect for use in larger gardens and for professional users
  • Delivers the perfect cut for thick hedges and ornamental trees

STIHL Petrol Hedger

STIHL Electric Hedge Trimmers

Our electric hedge trimmers are easy to handle, for trimming hedges and bushes around the house.

See the full range of STIHL Electric Powered Hedge Trimmers



How to maintain and trim your hedge

New hedges should be pruned from an early stage to establish a shape and prevent leggy, unhealthy growth. The amount you prune back will depend on the type of hedge. Start shaping the hedge as soon as practical – a formal hedge whether new or established, should be tapered so that it is wider at the bottom than the top, ensuring the lower part will get the sunlight it needs for healthy growth.

Once the hedge is established, regular maintenance will ensure it keeps healthy and neat. If you’re experienced you can cut a hedge by eye, but it can be a good idea to set your lines with lengths of string taut between canes. If a formal hedge has got out of shape, cutting it back severely is often the only remedy. But bear in mind that this method is not suitable for all species. Conifers, in particular, react badly if you cut into old wood.