We recently moved into a house that has a severely neglected cedar hedge. The hedge is about 20ft high and about 30 ft wide. As I know next to nothing about cedar hedges I'd love some help. The hedge is looking pretty sad, large branches are leaning out of the hedge, large brown areas, lots of seeds. I don't know if the hedge is salvable or not. Will trimming it and cutting it shorter encourage it to fill out? I was thinking getting some nutrient rich soil would help as well as fertilizing but honestly didnâ€™t know if the trees were too far gone to save. Iâ€™ve attached a picture of the hedge. I live in the interior of British Columbia so it's not nearly as wet as the coast. For some reason my pictures attached upside down. No idea why. Thanks for the help.