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Tree Lined Park


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Pollarding involves removing all the smaller leaf bearing growth on a tree back to a previous pollard point or knuckle. This can be an excellent way of managing certain species of trees and is usually done in 3-5 year cycles but is not suitable for all trees.  Managing old pollards is essential to avoid placing undue stress on the pollard points which can be susceptible to decay.

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