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 wind resistance and the tree is therefore less likely to break and/or blow over. The tree was about two stories tall and in someone’s back garden. We had to take all the cuttings through the house. The whole thing was done in a morning.

Before and after photos of a sycamore showing thinning the canopy
Before and after thinning out the canopy of a sycamore tree

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Thinning out a tree’s canopy

2 thoughts on “Thinning out a tree’s canopy

  • March 28, 2018 at 2:29 pm

    Would you be able to give me an idea of price for this work?
    I would like to have something very similar done in my house but need to have an idea of price.

    Thank you

    • April 5, 2018 at 2:08 pm

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