Trees craned into small gardens in London

Practicality Brown was asked to plant two large trees into small residential gardens on a new boundary of a University in Camden Town, London.  The residents had their existing trees removed during the demolition of the old boundary wall to make way for the erection of a new one. Each replacement tree had to be carefully craned from over the building from street side to the small back gardens, where the trees were planted. One tree was a magnificent Bullbay (Magnolia Grandiflora) and the other a beautiful  Japanese cherry ( Prunus Yedoensis). The residents’ commented that our team were professional and helpful and that they would recommends us to friends and family in the future.