Tree Surgeons Maidstone ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17 and ME18
We are professional, fully qualified and insured tree surgeons offering a comprehensive range of tree care services including tree felling, tree pruning, stump grinding and tree surgery in Maidstone, Kent.
We provide quality tree care at competitive rates together with a modern, dynamic approach to all types of tree work.
All trees throughout Maidstone need caring for, regardless of their size - The Tree Co. offers a wide range of services to cope with all situations including crown reduction, crown thinning, fruit tree pruning and professional tree inspections. Our expert, qualified arborists and tree surgeons in Maidstone provide a high standard of tree care, have global tree work experience and make no compromises when it comes to safety.
Our team also offer a selective tree planting service that includes species recommendations, stakes, ties and mulch.
Places to visit in Maidstone
If you're passionate about plants, nature and wildlife but are stuck working in Maidstone Town Centre during the week, where can you go in your lunch hour to relax and unwind?
In case you've just moved into the area and are unfamiliar with the town's layout, you may not be aware that there's an oasis of beauty right near the heart of the town. Situated close to the River Medway and behind the museum in St. Faith's Street, lies Brenchley Gardens, a small urban park that's open all year round. If you're not sure where this is, it's really close to Maidstone East railway station. If you've got your phone handy, you can use its Sat Nav to guide you there. Just punch in ME14 1LH and follow the directions!
The small, yet beautiful park is easily accessible for disabled visitors and boasts a delightful Victorian gazebo that's often used for entertaining the public during the warmer summer months. With broad lawns and well paved paths, it's a lovely place to take a brief stroll well away from the traffic.
It's a lovely summertime haunt if you just feel like taking a break from urban life and even in the winter, (assuming you're wrapped up warm), you can still sample the raw beauty that nature has to offer.
If you're feeling adventurous, you can even follow the Maidstone Tree Trail, which starts off in Brenchley Gardens and includes the first 7 points of interest on the walk. Aside from the Victorian Bandstand and War Memorial, you can also see:
- Himalayan Birch (Betula utilis) which is similar to our native Birch but has bigger leaves and a stunning, white peeling bark.
- The Soldier Monument, which pays its respects to Maidstone's 36 Engineer Regiment. The statue is of a soldier returning home from Afghanistan.
- Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus). This common, yet beautiful tree is renowned for its helicopter-like seeds that spin graciously to floor in Autumn.
- Common Lime (Tilia x europea). Also known as Linden, and with its familiar heart-shaped leaves, the Common Lime is an easy wood to work with and is often used to make guitars. It's also a big hit with our native honey bees.
- 5. Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba). More commonly referred to as the Maidenhair tree, this ancient species was introduced to the UK in 1730. Originally a Chinese native, it is commonly found across the world in fossil records from the Jurassic period.
So, what are you waiting for? - If you work nearby, grab your sarnies and a coffee and pop along to the park during your lunch break; it's guaranteed to recharge your batteries and make you feel rejuvenated, ready for a hectic afternoon ahead.
Other ME Postcodes we cover
We cover all of Maidstone including all of the ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17 or ME18 postcodes and are a perfect choice if you live in Grove Green, Downswood, Shepway, Senacre, Loose, Mangravet, Park Wood, Tovil, East Farleigh, West Farleigh, Barming, Allington, Hollingbourne, Hucking, Harrietsham, Lenham, Boughton Monchelsea, Linton, Coxheath, Chart Sutton, East Sutton, Langley, Kingswood, Sutton Valence, Wateringbury, Mereworth, Teston, Nettlestead, West Peckham, Yalding and Laddingford. We also cover the larger neighbouring areas including Aylesford, West Malling, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Gravesend, Rochester, Chatham, Strood, Gillingham, Rainham and Sittingbourne.