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Ralphie

Beech Tree bark change

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Our Beech Tree is well established and has been healthy until now. This year, we noticed a change in the colour of the bark at the base of the tree this year. Should we be concerned?  

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4 hours ago, Ralphie said:

Our Beech Tree is well established and has been healthy until now. This year, we noticed a change in the colour of the bark at the base of the tree this year. Should we be concerned?  

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That swelling just above the change in color of the bark looks a bit like a historical healing  with some included bark .  Was there a branch removed from there way back ?                   

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