Can you sell your walnut tree?
The Walnut Tree Company receive many calls from people whose trees have died or have blown over in storms. We recommend owners to contact Titchmarsh & Goodwin who have been making high quality furniture in walnut for more than 80 years. As direct users, they can therefore pay very competitive prices and can organise for trees to be tidied up and extracted with minimum damage by their professional team.
As a rule of thumb, walnut trees growing in the south of England grow at the rate of 1" in girth per annum. T&G insist on a minimum girth of 80" (203cm), which correlates to an age of about 90 years. Trees which are heavily forked from the ground are of no use, but clean straight butt lengths of 6' (183cm) will achieve good prices - although the company is always looking for bigger specimens.
If you have a tree/s which need appraisal please contact Peter Goodwin or Jamie Cooper on 01473 252158 or visit their website www.titchmarsh-goodwin.co.uk