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+ + + National Garden Scheme + + + We're opening our garden "The White Garden" to visitors in 2019 + + + Dates to be announced soon + + + We have won "Rayleigh in Bloom 2018" + + + 1st Place for our Front Paved Garden and also 1st place for our Back Garden + + + We have been nominated for our Front Garden for "Anglia in Bloom" + + + Judges will visit on 20th July + + +

Questions we get asked...

Q. When is the best time to prune my fruit tree?

A. The best time to prune a fruit tree is during their dormant season, which is usually between the months of October
through to February. This is when the leaves have fallen off the trees and when birds have flown their nests. We try
not to disturb any wildlife. Essentially, it doesn't interfere with the fruit growth and crop.

Q. How do I know if my tree is diseased?

A. Trees can suffer from various diseases,some specific to certain species. A common sign is leaf curl and insect
colony. You can see 'Die Back' when the tree literally dies back from the outer twigs and foliage and works its
way down the tree. Old and dead wood can be removed leaving the tree in a healthier state. Around 80% of trees
recover after selective pruning.

Did you know....

Common Law Duty

As a tree owner, you have the responsibility to ensure it is in a safe state and that it does not cause any damage to
property or injury to others.

Cedarwood Tree Specialists can help you to keep your tree healthy. To help prevent any issues or concerns, please feel
free to phone us for complimentary professional advice.

We care about maintaining a beautiful green environment for everybody to see and enjoy.

Boundary issues and Tree Preservation Orders.

Boundaries can be checked on the property deeds. If you are in a Conservation Area or have a tree preservation order, we
can help apply to the council and make all relevant enquiries as we have an established relationship with the local
authorities. The council can approve, reject or stipulate limitations on what work can be done.

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Paul Brett 2015