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RE: [EXTERNAL] Re: Pleached Limes

Subject: RE: [EXTERNAL] Re: Pleached Limes
From: Howe, Ron
Date: Sep 14 2021 11:58:50
Same as Bill. I usually define a hedge as a row of similar low plants marking 
a boundary, that have been equally pruned on three sides; top and two sides. 
It's a pragmatic decisions for the TO to make.


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Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: Pleached Limes

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Thanks all. These Limes are 3m tall. A row of well maintained cubes of 
foliage touching the neighbouring cube. The Tree Officer wants to include 
them when modifying an area TPO at confirmation. There is no dispute about 
the inclusion of a great many large Limes, Oaks, Horse Chestnut, Plane and 
Walnut. This just seemed like overkill.

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