Leopard Tree Removal Holland Park
Holland Park on Brisbane’s Southside was the location of TreeloppingPros team for a Leopard tree removal.
Jim our customer had regretted not removing all of the Leopard trees the first time he had the tree lopped.
According to Jim the price was preclusive…..”just too high!” Now some years later the secondary growth was towering above his 2 storey home and very near touching the street power-lines.
Energex had nibbled away at this secondary growth ‘as they do’ and so by the time TreeloppingPros was engaged to lop the tree once again at Jims behest the tree was extremely uninspiring to say the least.
So far from its characteristic shape, that it just had to be removed.
Jim explained it was simply hurting his eyes looking at it, overhanging branches aside.
Adding to this eye sore was a dead ‘Black Wattle’, a broad designation for any one of over 1,300 species of Acacia native to Australia.
The Black Wattle’s dead canopy was enmeshed with the branches of the Leopard tree, oh what fun this lop was going to be.
No we’re not done yet, a Chinese Elm was also jostling for room between these 2 trees.