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RE: bah humbug

Subject: RE: bah humbug
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 07 2015 13:52:05
Utterly predictable. The villainous and the poor have always stolen their 
Christmas trees, and Scots pine will have to do if none of those fancy white 
needled firs are on offer. Fancy planting that stock size into a woodland 
anyway!

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From: uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info 
[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of chris skellern
Sent: 07 December 2015 12:45
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: bah humbug

While walking my dogs along one of my regular routes within a small area of 
council woodland located close to a housing estate. Its sad to see the 
festivities have resulted in the removal of 3 young recently planted 
scots-pines. All freshly cut at ground level. 
A few remain but I don't hold out much hope for them surviving until after 
xmas!
Shame, they were about 6-7ft tall and only in the ground for 2 years (root 
balled I believe).  Nice and bushy much like you would find in B&Q I guess. 

Chris Skellern 
Arboriculturist

www.axciscape.com/
www.chrisskellern.com 
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