Perhaps the tree in your garden has got too big. It might be taking too much light from your garden or your neighbour’s. Its size might be starting to worry granny. We can help. In the before and after photos
Thinning a tree’s canopy Here we show one type of pruning: thinning out a tree’s canopy, in this case a sycamore, in order to allow more light to reach the gardens below. Another benefit is that the canopy will provide less
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 tree crown thinning. We selectively removed branches throughout the crown of 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