Kauri Tree Pruning – Birkenhead, Auckland

As usual, we were too keen to get started on this job and completely forgot to take before photos! This brilliant specimen Kauri (Agathis australis) had unfortunately had a house built underneath. We removed the deadwood, then lifted the canopy by pruning the lower branches inContinue reading

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Liquidambar Tree Removal – Mt Eden

This Liquidambar (Liquidambar Styraciflua) had grown with poor form, it had multiple leaders and many weak branch unions. Unfortunately it had become a hazard and removal was the only safe option.

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Arborist Pohutakawa Removal – Mt Eden

It’s always a shame to have to remove a tree like this. Unfortunately this tree was growing too close to the both houses, and Pohutukawas (Metrisideros Excelsa) have extremely invasive root systems. So not only was the driveway already lifting, it was only a matter ofContinue reading

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English Oak Tree Pruning – North Shore

This English Oak tree on the North Shore was getting far too big for it’s surroundings. Ideally, this tree should have been reduced when it was slightly smaller, fortunately it wasn’t too out of hand and there were decent growth points to cut back too.Continue reading

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Hazardous Liquidambar Tree Removal

This was an unfortunate situation for this Liquidamber in Pakuranga, Auckland. Ideally it would have been replanted a long time ago, when the stem inclusion was recognised. The two main stems had an inclusion that ran all the way to the ground! This, combined withContinue reading

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Silky Oak Tree Removal Near House

This Silky Oak tree removal in Onehunga was a big problem for the house right beside it. An import from Australia, this species is known for its branch failures. It was a fun removal with all that glass everywhere! Check out the video.      See theContinue reading

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Recent Hedge Prune

This is a Acmena hedge restoration we completed. The pictures tell the story! See the full gallery on Posterous

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Kauri Tree Removal on Auckland’s North Shore

This was a particularly tricky Kauri removal we recently undertook. The tree was in a tight spot with the house built around it. The Kauri will actually self-shed, and pop branches off periodically, so it needed to be removed. After talking through the options, andContinue reading

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