TGM in 2017

TGM was in its first year of business in 2017 and it was a great year seeing us complete condition surveys and development site surveys for a number of clients. In addition we carried out a survey for invasive weeds, seeking out Himalayan Balsam and Japanese Knotweed on a potential riverside development site.

The only aspect of the business that didn't flourish was the blog and that is something I hope to rectify in 2018.

One of the highlights was surveying this beautiful Lime tree. I have been lucky enough to survey some very large Lime trees, either lapsed pollards or historic plantings on National Trust sites, and while this isn't the biggest Lime I have looked at it was certainly the healthiest. It is an impressive 26m in height with a stem diameter of 141cm.

2018 has started well with several quotes being issued and I look forward to completing more posts here and updating you on the business development. In the meantime if you have any queries about trees please don't hesitate to leave me a comment.


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