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The owner of a tree is not responsible for the damage its roots cause to neighboring property, but the neighbor's"right to cut off the intruding boughs and roots is well recognized." Ponte v. DaSilva, Mass.

"The failure of a landowner to prevent the blowing or dropping of leaves, branches, and sap from a healthy tree onto a. Approach for cutting back vines from trees. Photos. If so, what’s my best approach to cutting this back? I have read it’s best to cut it back at the base of the tree and it will just die off. Is there a good tool for tackling this? I’m worried about using a line trimmer because it could hurt the trees, especially the fickle post oak. Cut vines off trees Cut sections out of the vine.

Chemical June – September Foliar spray 3% Glyphosate with ¼% non-ionic surfactant August – December Cut stump on larger vines 50% Glyphosate and 50% water. Instead of invasive ground cover and vines.

Native Vines. Trees CZM recommends using native plants wherever possible.

I do this because I dread what would happen if this patch was able to spread throughout our area.

The vast majority of the plants listed below are native (which, for purposes of this website, means they occur naturally in eastern Massachusetts). Certain non-native species with specific coastal landscaping advantages that are not known to be invasive have also been listed.

English Ivy is the silent tree killer in my town and I've recently started enjoying riding my bike around and cutting ivy off of random trees. But the big vines take forever to cut, and my cheap walmart camping hatchet isn't really designed for this. Something with a hooked bottom to help pull ivy back seems better suited for the job. “RIGG’S HOUSE” 27 Vine Street (Annisquam) Thomas Riggs House purchased in oldest house on Cape Ann, Gloucester, MA. 4)A list of the first recorded Gloucester fishermen lost at sea.

That tree is still there on Google maps.

(Hint: ) Look under the year on cenotaph surrounding Man At Wheel. Mayor Romeo Theken, annual Fisherman’s Memorial Service, Mar 29, Trees attempting to break through get strangled by the brambles and vines. Since acquiring the land, I’ve been whacking at the brambles, cutting vines off trees, and planting seedlings - mostly native oaks and yellow poplar plus some black gum and black locust with some native shrubs.

Some flowers, too, just for fun. What are some of your favorite techniques for removing invasives? I just experimented with using a landscaper's rake to pull vines off of juniper shrubs with good effect and got wondering what other techniques folks have discovered.