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It was a pleasure undertaking these works in a friends garden. We gave the whole garden a trim and tidy, including a light reduction on a lovely Blue Atlas Cedar 😀
A lovely couple of days work for just as lovely clients. A large Beech tree and 3 Oaks were reduced and thinned to TPO (Tree preservation order) specifications. This allowed much needed light into the property. We also reduced and shaped a Magnolia and Hawthorn whist here.
The team undertook reduction works on large and medium sized Sycamore's today. Both trees were protected by tree preservation orders (TPO)'s and the specifications agreed with local authorities.
After very cold starts to the day, Jay spent a couple of days freelancing for AJ Garden and Landscape. This large oak reduction was the main job alongside some deadwood and maintenance work on other trees. Thank you Adam for the work and was great working with your team and very impressed with your new narrow access chipper.
The team took a lot of time and put maximum effort in on reducing this Ash tree. As you can see the tree was growing between 3 different neighbour’s buildings. Our client had a lovely brand new outside office build and new decking surrounding it. So before the team even started working on the tree, buildings and decking was all covered and boarded over in case anything went astray (It didn’t 😉) The tree itself had a lovely natural shape to start with but was to big for it’s location and the crown had lots of deadwood throughout. Roughly 2-3m was reduced in height, reshaped and balanced, crown raised over buildings, deadwood removed and a light thin of the remaining canopy.
What a pair indeed! Yes, a Pear tree within a Pear tree. This Ornamental Pear tree had grown a few basal sucker stems, that had reverted from the rootstock and had become very dominant. The team removed these and then reduced and shaped the original Ornamental Pear to finish.
This Cherry tree is unfortunately suffering from a Ganoderma fungus at the base of the tree and had a large weight bearing limb at the base with a very weak union. The large limb was removed, and the height was reduced heavily to reduce weight and windsail of the crown. Unfortunately, it is inevitable in some years to come the tree will fail at the base. Due to its location our client was happy to retain the tree and monitor on a regular basis