Tree Definitions

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Some of us believe that this job is just about lopping and chopping but it is not like that. In fact, we have a lot of tree services, and here are a few:

  • Crown lifting – Our Captains tree service will remove the lower branch of a tree so that it will start higher. We do crown lifting to allow room for people and to let the light pass through the tree. Usually we crown lift to 2.5 m over a public footpath and when it comes to public road it is about 5.2 meters. Crown lifting
  • Dead wooding – Our tree surgeon or arborist will remove the dead wood from the tree canopy.  The dead wood is being reduced not wholly removed and this process is environmentally friendly because we are also nature lovers by heart.
  • Crown Thinning – Our workers evenly remove some of the branches of the tree so that the wind and light will pass through.
  • Reducing – Our tree surgeon reduce the height of the tree because it appeals great. Can you imagine your residential premises having very tall trees? It looks like a haunted one. So you need Birmingham Tree Surgeon.
  • Pollarding – All of the branches are being removed to achieve a smaller tree canopy. Pollarding should be done on a regular basis in order for you to attain that goal. However, you cannot do it by yourself, you need us, Birmingham Arborist.
  • Removing of the tree – This is one of the steps that is tough. You need people like us and the latest machines that we have.
  • Stump Grinding – If the tree serves as the cause of simple injuries, it’s a better idea to let us do stump grinding. In this process, our arborist use machine that will grind the stump out so that there will be no parts of the trees left.

The term “evergreen” means having foliage that persists (as opposed to dropping) and retains its color throughout the year, rather than changing color according to the seasons. The term is something of a misnomer, as the color in question need not be green. For instance, Colorado blue spruce trees (Picea pungens) are evergreens, but the color they retain throughout the year is a silvery blue. There are also plants with golden foliage that keep that color year round, such as Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘King’s Gold’.

These plants qualify under the definition, even though their leaves (needles) are not green.

Trees and shrubs can be classified as either evergreen or deciduous. Another term that comes into play here is “conifer.” Many conifer trees are evergreen, but not all, so the two words are not synonymous, even though some people mistakenly use them that way. The tamarack, or “larch” tree (Larix), for example, is a conifer, but it is not an evergreen.