How Close to My House Can I Plant a Tree?

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The distance will depend on the type of tree. However, you can effectively use large sunken plant pots which allocate space for the tree roots to grow without interfering with the buildings, drains or other services. If you want to plant a large tree near to buildings, walls, or services it may be probable to create a pit which is around 2m x 2m and 1m deep.
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