Yes I couldn't agree more (about good neighbours) (and I concur too about the bad ones) I see we've got the usual battle once again between Treeman, Aorborlad and Despair.COGGY wrote:If the neighbour is cutting off branches that overhang then it my be advisable to agree to dispose of the cut off parts. I appreciate it is his tree but he is being helpful in cutting off the overhang. Many people in his position do not consider the neighbour at all. Maybe chatting over a cup of tea, whilst he is cutting, may encourage him to help dispose of the cuttings. Good neighbours are worth their weight in gold. We have one good and one bad (neighbours not trees).
I really don't know where Arborlad is coming from, it may surprise him to find that I can also read.
Does Laurel wood make good (large) wooden spoons?