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How You Can Identify The Species of a Tree

If you’re a lover of the outdoors, you probably love finding out a little bit more about the wonderful trees…

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The Many Benefits of Trees

As tree surgeons, there’s no denying that we have a passion for trees. Our work keeps them healthy and risk-free….

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The Importance of Vegetation Control

Whilst some plants and shrubs prove aesthetically pleasing to our environment, other vegetation can be a nuisance and begin spreading…

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Do I Need a Tree Surgeon?

Did you know, it is the responsibility of the homeowner to ensure that any trees that lie within the boundary…

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Tree Surgeon Terminology: Your Guide

As with every industry, tree surgery comes with its very own set of terminology. In our latest post, we’ve put…

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What Does a Tree Surgeon Do?

A tree surgeon is responsible for the maintenance of trees and will undertake many tasks to ensure the health of…

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What is a Trustmark Endorsed Business?

In a previous blog post, we spoke about what it means to be part of the Arboricultural Association, an accreditation…

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Why is Tree Surgery Important?

  Trees are very important for our environment. Not only do they help to clean the air, they also provide…

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What is an ARB Approved Contractor?

For more than 40 years, The Arboricultural Association has been running the Arboricultural Approved Contractor Scheme that has been setting…

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Pruning Willow Trees

The willow is a graceful looking tree, easily set apart from any other due to its long branches that curve…

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Blackthorn Tree Diseases and Key Facts

Commonly known as blackthorn sloe, the scientific name for this tree is Prunus spinosa. Native to the UK, this tree…

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Aspen Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The Aspen tree is beautiful to look at, complete with large round leaves that feature irregular blunt teeth. Aspen trees…

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European Ash Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

Ash trees can grow up to 35m tall and are often found together. European ash trees have many distinct features,…

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Sycamore Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The sycamore is an elegant tree, which is famed for showing its white, green and tan coloured inner bark as…

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Beech Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

With a potential lifespan of more than 1000 years, the beech tree is affectionately known as the ‘Queen’ of English…

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Willow Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

Carrying on with our commitment to helping you spot warning signs that your tree may be sick, Treesaw moves on…

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Cherry Blossom Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

Most well known for being the national flower of Japan, we are lucky enough in the UK to find wild…

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Elm Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The elm tree has gone through numerous devastating bouts of disease in England, making them a precious sight in our…

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Silver Birch Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The beautiful silver birch tree is an elegant sight in any garden or landscape. Characterised by its striking white bark,…

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Rowan Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The beautiful rowan is a popular tree in England, with many having been planted even in suburban areas, particularly in…

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Ash Tree Diseases: Warning Signs of a Sick Tree

The beautiful and strong ash tree is dotted throughout England’s landscapes. It is not only loved by many, but also…

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