After the western side was severely pruned yesterday, the job continued with work on the variegated pittosporums on the eastern side, which were in need of drastic action.
Though I had managed to keep one of them pruned, the others were much larger and I was unable to tackle them.
The last piece was about to be lopped as I took this shot.
Now they have been pruned to a manageable height whereby I should be able to maintain them.
We were very impressed with how tidy Cameron and the guys from Tree Care Services Pty. Ltd. in Ferntree Gully left the yard and the garage, which they had used as a thoroughfare to drag branches out to be mulched.