Here we show our work reducing a Rowan, also known as a Mountain Ash. In a normal sized back garden, the customer understandably felt it had grown too congested. It was taking too much light from the rest of the plants in the garden.

We handled the conservation area application. When the council permission came through, we reduced the tree’s crown volume by thinning it out. We always try to prune back to significant branches. This is the best technique for the health and appearance of the tree.

Reducing a Rowan
Rowan before and after

If you’ve liked our work reducing a Rowan, and you would like to discuss how we can help with your trees, hedges, or climbing plants, please get in touch.

Reducing a Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia)

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