We have a Mulberry tree that is overhanging our lane and causing issues to the neighbours. We understand they need careful pruning to avoid damage to the tree. It is about 40-50 years old and roughly three stories tall. We also have an ivy growing and choking the neighbouring lilac that needs removing. Please can you advise as to the best approach and the best time to do the work?

Regarding pruning of the Mulberry the best time to prune them is in the dormant season. In regards to the ivy, we tend to sever it leaving a one foot gap at the bottom and allow it to die off which makes it easier to remove. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please click here.

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