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  1. This tree is @15 years old. (It was part of the property when I purchased.) I noticed top thinning this year. I'm considering having an arborist to come in an air spade to correct the problem. I have consulted with two arborists', one says it can be saved, the other is saying, maybe not. Thank you in advance for any feed back.
  2. This cultivar dates back to at least 1838 but still remains quite uncommon. Acer cappadocicum Rubrum is a medium to large tree with a rounded habit. The young dark red leaves turn green and then back to red gold and yellow in autumn. This superb autumn colour lasts for many weeks. At the Barcham Trees nursery we have some 10-12cm girth trees in 45 litre pots available now. Although best on moist well drained soil it is adaptable and flourishes in either full sun or light shade. It is best grown with a little shelter from strong winds. A good tree for avenues and verges but not good where soil becomes compacted. Mature height: 12-17m Mature spread: 8-15m Further product information at the link below:- https://lnkd.in/g_PEYuW Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk
  3. 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
  4. Hi, anyone any tips on drying Maple is it to be treated the same as Sycamore and end racked for a while? or can I stack it normally until it goes into the kiln
  5. In metro Atlanta, and I can't figure out what fungus/disease is making the bark peel off. Here are some photos: My tree got disease, yo - Imgur
  6. Good evening all. Could anyone offer any advice as to whether the tree pictured here is 'too' close to the house? The picture isn't particuarly well scaled but the tree trunk is roughly in line with the door and the distance from door to trunk is just over 6 meters. The house is a new build, the tree has a TPO on it. The house was built taking into account the root protection area. The tree is a purple maple and is approx 10 meters tall. The council tree officer has advised that tree crown reduction would most likely be approved. We had an arborist look at it and they advised that they didn't expect it would cause any problems. The house is in Lancashire - so a wet climate and not particuarly clay soil. Any input greatfully recieved!

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