Placido wrote:So, They came toady and disappeared the cherry and halved the silver birch (or sil bir, maybe). The extra light into the garden is quite extraordinary .
I've kept the hazel but Rod has cut it to what he said is a good length (two shafts, now about 3.5 ft high).
For free they trimmed the large pyrawotsit and the holly. Garden looks amazing .
Doesn't seem to have fazed the birds at all .
I'm pleased to hear your visit from the arborculturists went well. I have found that the birds are fairly laid back as long as some trees or part thereof are left for them to populate.