The unpredictable Tuart Tree in Perth
Tuart Trees are very common in Perth, you’ll find them in your backyard, along residential streets and growing on School Ovals. Although the Tuart is a beautiful Australian native, it can be unpredictable and cause devastating effects to those who sit beneath one. It is vital for arborist removal services like Dickies Trees to assess any Tuart tree that may be dangerous.
In Tasmania last year a young boy was killed due to a Tuart Tree limb breaking which hit his family’s car. This event was shocking and out of their control, although prevention and being aware of any Tuart Trees in your area can stop events like these from occurring. Dickies Trees advises if you have concerns about a Tuart tree then give us a call and one of our professional staff can provide you with advice and a quote.
You may be wondering; how can I identify a Tuart Tree? A Tuart Tree looks very similar to the Aussie Icon Eucalyptus. It is native to South West Australia and can grow to over 35m tall. It has rough bark, it’s leaves are a shiny light green on top and are pale below and during mid summer it grows white flowers. Take a quick look in your backyard, down your street or at local Schools. Keeping your eyes peeled for Tuart Trees can ensure action is taken before it drops any limbs.
If an aged Tuart tree is not assessed by Dickies Trees, it may be unsafe and can drop limbs without warning causing damage to what’s below and fatal injuries to you or a loved one.
How can Dickies Trees help?
Give us a call and we’ll whack any tree, no matter how big or tough on the head with a Dickie!