Renovate Your Garden: Remove Unwanted Trees and Shrubs
I find that there are several reasons for the need to remove trees and shrubs, usually involving either damage from storms, disease, maintenance concerns, or garden size issues. In some circumstances I’ve even found that renovating the garden and removing unwanted tree and shrubs can really free up the garden, of course, considering your size requirements is always recommended, after all, how big is too big a vast green space.
Larger trees should be removed by a professional tree service that is trained to avoid damaging property and has the proper safety equipment. If, however, the tree and shrub removal seems to be within the realms of possibility of not requiring any major tree surgery, Beltane Services is happy to step in. I find that the same basic process should be followed as that for perennial removal, small shrubs and trees may be dug out with the aid of a spade and hefted out of the soil. In some instances I may resort to using my chainsaw to cut the tree ad shrubs down in size, which of course, only makes it easier to discard of the green debris. Be warned though, there may be some after effects caused by tree and shrub removal if the plants share a vascular system or enough of it is left to sucker. If the plant was diseased, the disease may spread and in the case of suckering shrubs, the unwanted plant may continue to reappear. In some instances, it may be suggested that the Trees and Shrubs are removed completely.
But do not fear, in either scenario, it’s possible to make something beautiful with your newfound green space. Perhaps a flower bed could be planted, a small storage shelter or even the beginnings of a decking feature. Once you have that space, the possibilities are endless. Why not contact me today and see what I can do for you?
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