Trees add curb appeal to a home, provide shade from solar radiation, and act as natural habitats for birds. However, they tend to grow in whatever direction they want, and as a result, their roots or branches can grow too close to or beyond the property line. When this happens, the tree can be a source of dispute between you and your neighbour. To avoid escalating such an issue to the authorities, you should consider cutting down the tree if it has invaded the boundary line or your neighbour's property in the following ways;
Welcome to my blog. My name is Emilie. When I turned thirty, I received the most thoughtful gift from my mum: a tropical tree in a pot. I loved it. I would have never imagined buying something like that, but it lit up my home, and it produced yummy fruit. After having such a positive experience with a potted tree, I decided to invest in a few more. Through the years, I have learned how to take care of potted trees, how to plant them outside and how to ensure they are getting the light they need inside. If you want to buy a tree in a pot or if you already have one, explore these posts. They will guide you toward great tree care.