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Cordylines



Sheffield suffered a harsh winter last year and as a result many exotics have either died or been badly damaged.  Without the right tools it can be difficult to remove cordylines, some of which are 20ft plus tall.  I can safely fell the dead trunks and remove them, then carefully check the area around the rootball for any sign of regrowth.  If a cordyline looks dead it will certainly need the old trunk removing but you may get new trunk growth from the base once the old trunk is cut down.  Get in touch if you want me to deal with your dead or damaged exotics on 07479 114888
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