What Is Pollarding?

Pollarding is a method of pruning which keeps trees and shrubs smaller than they would be naturally. This process does not normally commence until a tree has reached a certain size and is used to restrict the tree from becoming any larger. Pollarding must always be carried out by a professional Arborist, as incorrectly pruning a tree can cause a lot of damage.

Maintaining a pollard tree

Once a tree has been pollarded, it’s important to keep on top of the maintenance by regularly continuing the annual cycle of cutting. By keeping on top of maintaining your tree you can be sure that it stays healthy for longer. By employing a qualified arborist to carry out any work, you can also rest assured that they will carry out a thorough health and safety check each time to inspect the overall condition of the tree.

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