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Lop Sided Korean FIr Tree

I have a mature Korean FIr Tree in the garden, which is very healtthy.

As some of its' branches overhang the lawn, the grass having died in this area, I  decided to remove some of these branches in order to remedy the situation.

I cut them back, leaving  about two feet of bare branch from the bark. I now have a 'lop-sided tree, with bare branches on one side and healthy flourishing branches on the other.

Please advise if, in time these will replenish themselves and what remedial work I should take, i.e feeding etc. to encourage said growth..!!

I did consider removing the tree, but it does provide a lovely feature in the garden ( or I should say, did, prior my pruning !!)

Thanks very much 

Labradouble

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  • nutcutletnutcutlet PeterboroughPosts: 26,567

    The branches will not regrow. I'd take the stumps off back to the trunk, and see what it looks like then

  • LesleyKLesleyK Posts: 4,029

    Verdun's got a very valid point.  The whole crown could be raised.  There was a good item on this on The Beechgrove Garden last week.  Hope you've got i player.image

  • Many thanks both. I will post a picture and check out i Player !

     

     

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