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Expertly pruned trees - serving London for 20yrs, Reports (mortgage, insurance, hazardous/diseased, BS5837)

Expertly pruned trees - serving London for 20yrs, Reports (mortgage, insurance, hazardous/diseased, BS5837)

Tree Surgeons & Tree Surgery Essex | Essex Trees

Tree Surgeons & Tree Surgery Essex | Essex Trees

Beautiful trees!

Beautiful trees!

Pollarding - To remove growth from a previously pollarded crown only scaffolding limbs remain or main stem. Can be done on early mature trees to create this growth form.

Pollarding - To remove growth from a previously pollarded crown only scaffolding limbs remain or main stem. Can be done on early mature trees to create this growth form.

Tree surgeons are becoming more popular with each passing day. They are also known as arborist which are professionals who are into cultivation or arboriculture of the tress, vines, shrubs or any perennial woody plants.

Tree surgeons are becoming more popular with each passing day. They are also known as arborist which are professionals who are into cultivation or arboriculture of the tress, vines, shrubs or any perennial woody plants.

Jasper Hart continued his professional  development  alongside  his  practical  tree work qualifying in a City and Guilds Phase 2

Jasper Hart continued his professional development alongside his practical tree work qualifying in a City and Guilds Phase 2

Jasper Hart continued his professional  development  alongside  his  practical  tree work qualifying in a City and Guilds Phase 2

Jasper Hart continued his professional development alongside his practical tree work qualifying in a City and Guilds Phase 2

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Crown reduction - British Standards recommend a maximum percentage at any one time of 30% in volume to re- shape outline of the tree crown in height and spread,normally preserving the tree's natural form. These cuts are normally small and should retain enough foliage to continue the photosynthetic task and healthy growth to defend against dysfunction.

Crown reduction - British Standards recommend a maximum percentage at any one time of 30% in volume to re- shape outline of the tree crown in height and spread,normally preserving the tree's natural form. These cuts are normally small and should retain enough foliage to continue the photosynthetic task and healthy growth to defend against dysfunction.

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