Respecting distances in our French garden

We plan to work on our garden and want to know more about distance rules we must respect in relation to planting trees near to the boundary with our neighbour. There is a wall separating our two properties. As long as the roots do not disturb this wall, are we OK to plant quite close to it?  F.L

You need to respect certain minimum distances which may be governed by local regulations so the first step is to ask at your mairie if there appropriate bylaws.

If there are no ...

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