Tree work always results in a lighter, more open space. In the photos below we show the effect of removing cypress trees. We also pruned a walnut tree, a fig tree and a plum tree. If you like what you’ve
Removing a climbing plant from a tree If a climbing plant gets into a tree it can take over. It may turn the tree into an indiscernible green blob. It will also likely reduce the sunlight that reaches the tree’s
Here’s what we achieved by sensitively reducing a cherry tree. A smaller, less dense tree. This allowed more light to reach the houses behind and the gardens below. We achieved this while maintaining a natural shape and a healthy tree.
Here is an example of our reducing a sycamore tree by thinning out its crown. This increased the amount of light penetrating the tree’s canopy and reaching the gardens and houses below, as well as reducing the amount of leaves
Here are some recent examples of our work. They include reducing a holly tree. Pruning trees can give them a more pleasing shape. It also allows more light through, making your garden a more enjoyable place. First, a twenty foot tall apple tree
Tree surgery on a big lime tree Just a quick post from your friendly north London tree surgery experts showing our work cleaning out epicormic shoots from the crown of a big lime tree and thinning out the regrowth from