Should You Plant a Tree in the Same Spot after a Removal
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The loss of a tree from your property can cause a void in your landscaping. What you do with that void depends on such factors as the size of the tree, how it was removed and the condition of the remaining soil. You can plant another tree in that location, but there are several issues you need to consider before moving ahead with your plan.
When a Tree Goes
When a tree falls, from age, disease or weather, it can leave a huge mess. After getting rid of a fallen tree, our specialized tree removal team will grind the remaining stump. What you’re often left with is a hole in the ground filled with sawdust. The roots remain, and that’s your main obstacle for replanting in that spot.
Plant a Hope for Future
Orlando tree removal company suggests in order to replant another tree in that location, remove as much of the sawdust and as many of the roots from the original tree as possible to provide a rich growing environment for a new tree. In order for you to plant a tree in that spot, Tree removal in Orlando certified arborists will use a pickaxe to chop out all the old roots so the new tree has plenty of root room to establish itself.
If you still find a stump in your yard, we can encourage it to decompose. We can drill holes into it and fill them with a mixture of one-part compost, one-part topsoil, and one part high-nitrogen fertilizer, but it could take one to three years for the stump and roots to fully decompose.
New Life for a Tree
In order to successfully replant a tree in that spot, you can dig out an area three times the size of the new tree’s root ball. Or you can plant the new tree about 3-feet away from the original location, which will give it enough room to grow with its new roots. If it’s in the original location, fill the hole with good dirt, such as potting the soil mixed with native dirt and possibly even some of the stump’s remains.
Another Root for Smaller Tree
A good option for replanting is to choose a smaller tree with a smaller root ball so it has sufficient room to grow. Instead of a tree, consider planting grass or other plants such as flowers or hedges over the location, but be aware that tree stump removal can cause ridges or depressions in the ground.
Tree Service Knocking Down the Competition
If you think your tree on your property needs to come down, you want to move fast! Seeing a tree deteriorate or slowly decay on your property is heartbreaking to watch. Don’t let decay-producing fungi such as mushrooms grow at the base of the trunk or cracks in bark take away the splendid beauty of the landscape of your home. Every tree is either an asset to keep or a liability.
Whether you need a tree removal services in Orlando for your home project, or you need tree removal to cut down a tree for planting new flowers or tree to beautify your property, Advanced Tree Pros can tackle it. We have crews that have extensive training, skills, and equipment to handle any kind of tree service, from removing diseased branches, to tree stump removal, and to reshaping old growth of massive trees. There is no tree too big or too awkward to handle.
We have highly skilled insured and certified arborists who enjoy a challenge. We’re not just precise. We’re the fast tree removal Orlando needs. We specialize in using one our bucket trucks, we can quickly get to the exact spot at your apartment property we need to be, without having to take the time to move everything out of the way.
Hire Us for your Tree service needs!
Operating a tree service is a risky business. It involves operating heavy machinery in order to move logs, branches, and other parts of the tree (weighing thousands of pounds) to the ground in a safe, controlled manner from several hundred feet in the air. As hard as it sounds, it’s even harder to accomplish. It takes years of skill and training to be able to do what we do effectively and safely. Thankfully, that’s exactly what our teams possess in spades.
As a matter of professional principle, we do everything possible to ensure our employee’s safety and the safety and well-being of your property. We also ensure that we are fully compliant with OSHA Work Safety rules, Department of Transportation guidelines for safe vehicle operation, and all statutes and regulations issued by each state to which professional contractors must adhere. Our crews are trained in TCIA-approved safety programs, representing the best practices and training in the arboriculture field.
As a professional contractor, we are properly licensed to perform tree service at all levels and difficulties. At your request, we can provide a copy of our license for your review and information. We are also fully insured. We carry millions of dollars of Liability Insurance, as well as Worker’s Compensation insurance, general umbrella policies, and full vehicle and equipment insurance.