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  1. Look at all this tree has to offer! No wonder at the Barcham Trees nursery we always sell out of this one every year. Available from September 2019 onwards, we have new stock of 8-10cm and 16-18cm girth trees but no more than 50 trees over the 2 sizes. The trees are ready to view and you can reserve trees now to save disappointment later on. Acer griseum is a fairly small tree, but a magnificent one. Originally from China and was introduced by Ernest Wilson in 1901. From an early age the bark peels to reveal cinnamon coloured under-bark. The paperbark maple is a truly stunning specimen, it has beautiful trifoliate leaves that have attractive reddish tints in the autumn. This maple does well in sun or partial shade and appreciates a sheltered position. Acer griseum does best in moist well drained soil and is not drought tolerant. Nutrient rich wet soil can inhibit autumn colour. A small growing tip - this lovely tree will generally frost out over winter giving the tree a very rounded habit. Mature height: 3-7m Mature spread: 4-5m Further product details at the link below:- https://lnkd.in/gEvJjxp Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk
  2. countrycrib

    LANGPORT

    WANTED - any free wood chippings or bark for a garden project, to be used for paths and for mulching. Drop off at my home in somerset Please message me any questions / directions thank you 😊
  3. Woods

    Garden project

    Family home. Looking to recycle garde waste for large garden project
  4. Hi guys Its been a while since I've been on . Stihl loving carving . Here's one of my latest. Derek
  5. Hi all, if you can help shed light on what tree this is would be much appreciated. They are causing shade over a garden & I'm wondering whether to advise felling, pollarding, or leaving them to get on with it. Only problem is that I have absolutely no idea what tree they are! Thank you for sharing your wisdom in advance! In case the picture doesn't work - it is about 30m tall with a curving trunk. The bark has distinctive diamond shaped lesions in silvery bark. Very wet ground in a flood zone. Here is the pic https://www.dropbox.com/home/Crowdy%20Mill/Amy's%20pics?preview=Photo+12-03-2017%2C+11+01+58+am.jpg
  6. Hi There, Currently coming across lots of medium to mature aged sycamores with damage to the bark and cambium thus killing limbs and in more severe cases the whole tree. The tree that concerns me is mature with the cambium stripping away 5M up the main trunk and about 1/3rd of the circumference of the cambium. There is clear evidence of (what I presume to be) larvae damage on the deadwood falling with clear lines of feeding indicative of beetle damage. There is a lack of entrance or exit holes on this particular tree and I'm a little stumped as to a) what species is causing it and b) the extent of the damage that this species may cause. Any ideas on the pest or how I may find out more scientifically? Regards Richard TREE CANOPY CLIMB
  7. Hi I'm looking to source some timber for a sculpture (see below). I need approx 18 3m hardwood poles of a diameter approx 5-8cm - bark still on. Delivered to Liverpool the week of the 3rd Sept. Any pointers much appreciated.

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