I had Ben over for a one to one last Saturday with a van load of trees to discuss and work on, always an enjoyable session with Ben.
These are a few of the trees covered on the day. First up a beech that got a pruning, thread grafting and a repot.
This Beech group on a slate had a few adjustment made to the slate so it didn’t look like it had just been stolen off a roof!
And finally a Yamadori Hawthorn getting it’s first shaping. A strange one to do but we opted to try and recreate an actual Hawthorn image that can be seen throughout Ireland. Typically seen growing the in the middle of a field with cattle lying under it. I suggested this to Ben as a possible accent feature but thankfully he’s wise enough to know that this would be tacky 🙂
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