Since this reblogged article originally posted, this Davey Tree has been removed. A new landscape at the site in nearing completion.

Tony Tomeo

P90317This is no common Douglas fir. It is the ‘Davey Tree’, named after the tree service that so diligently prunes it for clearance from the utility cables above. Yes, I can see as easily as you can how disfigured it is. The plan is to cut it down before it falls apart. At least that is the excuse for cutting it down. It is relatively short an stout, so is likely quite able to support its own weight, regardless of this disfigurement. We really just want it gone because it is so unsightly.
Most who see the Davey Tree are quick to blame the disfigurement on those who prune it for clearance. They do not consider that without such pruning, the utility cables would eventually be ruined and unable to deliver the electricity that so many of us use. Those who prune the trees do what they must to keep…

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2 thoughts on “The Davey Tree

    1. It is not exactly a euphemism. It is just as blunt. Unfortunately, the tree was so structurally compromised that it should not have been salvaged. Besides, the upper canopy was unsightly and disfigured.

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