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Tree Pollarding is a procedure employed by tree surgeons where the higher branches of a tree, the crown, are taken off back to the main fork of the trees trunk. Pollarding needs to be done on a yearly basis and is normally performed in early spring or late winter depending on the type of tree. Pollarding should be avoided in the Autumn as it can cause fungal decay.
Pollarding maybe done for a lot of reasons:
Our expert Chepstow Tree surgeons come with a complete awareness of advanced tree and shrub trimming methods & will give you advice about the types of trees that do well as pollards, these include broadleaved species such as beeches, oaks, maples, horse chestnuts, limes and a few conifers such as yews are also suitable.