Removal of some dead willows at Horton near Devizes stacked for onward use!
We are not always cutting down trees!
Here Mark is moving some smaller beech trees within a woodland at Southstoke to a new plantation elsewhere on the Estate, following the felling we did there last year.
Our Tree spade making the job easier.
Part of an ongoing project in the Savernake Forest. The regeneration of the forest grass along the fence line in the forest after mulching is impressive. From a dead forest floor to lush grass …
And here’s the link from our work in May giving you almost the “before and after~ shots
For those of you who can remember our pond refurbishment post in December 2018 when we showed you our work to drain and clear this pond, you might like to see what it looks like six months on…. And if you’ve forgotten, then check out the original pictures here.
A spot of landscaping from last week at Ticehurst more pictures to follow…
Probably ‘spot’ is an understatement…. To fit around the existing trees of Corsican Pine, Turkey Oak, Atlas Cedar and English Oak, the plants included a selection of Acer, Betula, Catalpa, Quercus, Taxus baccata, Cornus, Prunus spinosa, Ilex aquifolium, Escalonia, Berberis Darwinii, Pyracantha, Eunonymous and hebe.
About 900 altogether ….