In 2006 I bought a Eucalyptus tree and planted it close to the boundary fence in my garden. It was about 3 feet high when I planted it.
It grew. Then it gruesome more. The problem was that it was leaning over toward the house, and as each year passed it leaned more and more. After 6 years it was taller than the house, still growing and leaning at a crazy angle. Every time we had any wind, I worried about it falling and breaking a window. So I called in Pete Donlan, the Arborist, and he agreed to take it down.
I couldn’t recommend Pete too highly. He works hard, does what he says he will do, and doesn’t overcharge. And he knows his plants. I hope to get him back to do some more work in the garden.
The pictures below show Pete in action.