Topping generally describes the process of reducing the height of a tree and pruning the top lateral branches. It can also involve a substantial reduction of the trunk and branches to lessen the wind stress on the tree.
Pollarding is similar to topping, although generally carried out on young trees to create a particular growth form.
Two multi stemmed Lime trees topped, to allow more light.
Due to regulations implemented by the Government and Public Health England, we are following the guideline to work
Also, all staff members are turning up separately and adopting a 2-metre policy, and hand sanitisers is available to staff at all times.
If the Government guidance changes we will update our policy.