Benefits of Pruning
There's both an art and a science to pruning. Skilled pruning makes a huge difference of the overall health and appearance of a plant, Weak branches are strengthened, sparse areas are filled in, symmetry is balanced, and leggy growth is turned into full and lush growth. Pruning guides plant to grow into their best natural form. Trimming a plant in its younger stages will create a beautiful balanced shapely plant.
Pruning is crucial for the health of plants.
Removing dead , diseased growth allows the plant to focus its energy on healthy growth and protects the plant from further damage by insects and animals.
Trimming & pruning, remedial pruning and size reductions, ornamental and specimen pruning, large tree pruning, hedge trimming shaping and guiding growth
Remedial and Regenerative Pruning
Gives new life to an overgrown tree or shrub making it compact and shapely .
Removal of leggy, overgrown branches with cuts in the right places guides growth and yields amazing results.
Over time, plants can grow into each other and start to affect each others health . Size reductions are great way to improve plant health and keep balance in a growing landscape. They can be done in stages, which keeps foilage on the plant in instances with concern for privacy or a central view.
Trimming multiplies and guides growth. Trimming within a plant will help to fill in sparse areas and generate growth within the plant. This helps prepare a plant for a smoother size reduction in the future.
Our 'Invisible' Pruning Method
We are experts in trimming plants without leaving them looking hacked or chopped up.
Ornamental and Specimen Trees.
We will make your central ornamental trees look amazing. We also do trim trees.
The bewst way to keep boxwoods and similar shrubs looking full and lush. Hedge trimming multiplies growth, creating fullness and a compact shape.
Styles of Trimming,
Some people prefer a natural woodsy look while others prefer a manicured look. Let us know your preferences and we will create the look you desire.Our main conern is customer satisfaction, so communication on customer preferences is taken seriously. During a major size reduction, the work can be done in stages. This way the plant is left with some foilage during the process, especially if privacy is an issue.
Winter is a great time to prune many trees and shrubs. Since most plants are dormant during the winter, pruning in winter promotes a shapely regrowth in the spring. With no foilage, it's also easier to see the shape of deciduous plants in winter. Dormant pruning is less stressful to the plant and can be more aggressive.
Deciduous trees can be pruned after they bloom or in winter.
Be cautious when pruning hydrangeas, as certain varieties will not bloom the following year if pruned past August.
Boxwoods should not be trimmed too late in the fall, as new growth can be burned by winter temperatures.