A stump grinder will simply not work……………
PINPOINT Vegetation Removal Services: The skilled targeted removal (including stump) of unwanted mature deciduous and/or evergreen bushes, ornamental trees, wild vegetation, etc. found growing in areas inaccessible to standard removal equipment (skid steer, mini-excavator, stump grinder, etc.). To tread lightly and cautiously while manually and/or chemically eliminating unwanted vegetation.
Here are a few unique circumstances where our skilled pinpoint removal techniques really shine!
- Manual removal of small trees and evergreens from timber or concrete block enclosed raised bed areas.
- Chemical control (total plant kill) of wild deciduous vegetation (buckthorn, mulberry, etc.) found growing directly within chain-link/wood fencing and/or desirable hedge rows (arborvitaes, honeysuckle, privet, etc.).
- Manual removal of unwanted bushes located within custom wood deck surrounded areas.
- Manual removal of unwanted bushes (both deciduous and evergreen) located directly atop buried natural gas lines and other underground utilities.
Please be sure to contact our team at Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any questions or service requests you may have. Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!
There is one type of problematic fruit bearing deciduous tree that grows wild, grows fast and often within inaccessible areas surrounding our Chicago area properties…… the mulberry tree!
The mulberry tree is rarely purposely planted by man in our area. It tends to grow in any location where the soil is left undisturbed and is frequented by birds and animals that eat the tree’s fleshy fruit and “deposit” its remaining seed to the soil below. The problem we landscape professionals face is when a mulberry tree happens to grow directly within evergreen bushes, deciduous hedges, inches away from foundations, along retaining walls or even within chain link fences they become very difficult to remove. An unchallenged mulberry tree will eventually dominate the area it’s growing within and take on the appearance of an unruly out of control 20’+ tall tree-like weed. However, once a property owner finally decides to remove the uninvited mulberry tree (and it’s stump), even at the cost of likely damaging the adjacent obstacle (plant, fence, retaining wall, etc.), the tree will certainly lose and will become all but a distant memory.
As you can imagine, we highly recommend the complete removal of any/all wild growing mulberry trees located on your property while they are still relatively small in size and easy to physically remove. This early visual identification (physical removal) strategy will help limit possible future property damage, instantly improve the overall appearance of your landscape and eliminate the need for non-selective herbicide applications to eradicate the problematic tree.
Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any questions or comments you may have in regard to the information listed above. Once again, thank you for visiting and have a great day!