Category Archives: Arboriculture

Biosecurity – Why Should You Care?

OK, let’s be honest – you probably wouldn’t be instinctively drawn to a headline about biosecurity.  Indeed, I suspect many people don’t really understand what it is (in case you’re wondering, in its broadest sense, it’s “actions taken to prevent … Continue reading

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Escape To Cornwall

Summer is when most people wake up to what’s going on in their garden, and hence it can be a busy time for garden designers. However, we did manage to escape for a few days to Cornwall. With its sheltered … Continue reading

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Right tree, wrong location?

I thought I would share some thoughts prompted by a row of oak trees (Quercus robur) that I often pass whilst walking the dog.  This particular row of trees comprises some fine specimens, but also several rather poor examples, and … Continue reading

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