A client in Wimbledon contacted our West London tree surgery team because he was concerned about increasing size of this tree.
As cedar trees don’t respond well to being reduced, we advised that we should thin the crown and remove low growing limbs to help contain its development. The client was happy to accept our recommendations and was pleased with the outcome.
About Crown Thinning and Cleaning
Thinning the tree’s crown will also include the removal of any crossed or suppressed branches and also the removal of any dead wood. The material left should contribute to an even crown in terms of density. This process will also limit the chances of future dead branches making the trees safer in urban London gardens.