The LW Treecare Blog

TREEMENDOUS

Trees are vital. As the biggest plants on the planet, they give us oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil and give life to the world’s...

Birch it

Birch has a multitude of historical uses but is less familiar for its undoubted medicinal properties. The sap makes a clear and...

You must be barking!

HOW TO USE The best time to apply decorative bark is when the soil is thoroughly moist. Most often this is in late winter or early...

OAK history

Heroditus, the father of ancient history, recorded in the mid-400’s B.C., that oak trees were reputed to have within their boughs, the...

Lets talk tree-surgeon lingo

Pollarding is a method of pruning that keeps trees and shrubs smaller than they would naturally grow. It is normally started once a tree...

Nuisance when neighbours branch out

Who owns a tree? The tree belongs to the person in whose garden it grows. What about overhanging branches that reach into my land? If the...

CHECKATRADE REVIEW

New Checkatrade feedback has been published! Hello - new scores have arrived! We have included a summary of the feedback we have recently...

What is Arboriculture?

Arboriculture was a term apparently well used in the 18th century. The Scottish author John Grigor seems to have been the first to...

We can help

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Where are my nuts?

Squirrels eat acorns year-around, but oak trees don’t drop acorns during the winter. Squirrels, therefore, collect more acorns than they...

Welcome to the LW Treecare blog

Welcome to the new LW Treecare website and to our blog, where you will find all manner of tree-related news, views and information....