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Beyond the Pines

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  1. Up until finding out from my neighbour that it was a Christmas tree, nobody could really tell me what it was. I think it’s a good looking tree! Looks very different and green in amongst the current line-up.
  2. Hi chaps, that’s overall positive feedback for my Christmas tree. Thanks! I now have some rather ironic feedback for them regarding their Ash tree... As requested, I’ve provided some pics of the ground level. I hope this helps. The tree is planted down a bank behind the garden with a small stream 10ft behind it. thanks again all!
  3. I moved into a house nearly two years ago and was very taken with a large pine tree in the back garden. Everyone seems to love this great looking tree! Problem - one day recently my neighbour informed me that it was a Christmas tree that a previous home owner had planted some 25 years ago!! the same neighbour was very concerned that the tree had become much taller than the other trees in the area and was swaying in high winds. She asked me to seek advice regarding it’s safety and whether it’s likely to be blown over into our respective property. Are these trees prone to blowing over, and does it look safe? Please help!


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