jodie_h_summers Posts: 7
The previous occupants of our house planted some yukka plants right next to a sycamore. I’m trying to remove the yukka but it’s impossible to dig them out without damaging the roots of the sycamore. I don’t want to use any form of poison as it might damage the sycamore, plus I have a dog and a cat. Any ideas on what I can do to remove them?
Thank you. It’s possible. I have removed most of the leaves but left enough for something to grab! Maybe I need to cut the whole thing lower and then deal with the root.
Are you saying the young tree in the picture has a TPO? That’s very surprising. It will not reach maturity where it is, without taking the fence with it. They are not trees for a garden really.