Winter Tree Care Tip: Why prune in winter?
When the leaves have dropped in the fall, it is easier for your arborist to see the structure of your trees. When summer annuals have been removed, there is less risk of disrupting your landscape when working on large trees. In regions where the soil freezes, equipment can often gain closer access, which can enhance our safety and reduce your costs. Winter pruning can also avoid enhancing some serious diseases that are active and spread easily during the growing seasons of spring and summer.
If you have a need for any of the following services:
- Tree Trimming.
- Tree Pruning.
- Limb Removal.
- Tree Removal.
- Stump Grinding.
- Plant Health Care.
- Emergency Tree Service.
- Insect and Disease Control.
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Pruning: Trees should be pruned after planting to remove broken, damaged, diseased or dead branches. Prune also to develop a good branch structure once the tree has become established in its new home, usually 1-3 years after planting. Never remove more than 25 percent of total foliage in one year.
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Watering Your Tree: Until your tree is thoroughly established (typically one to two years), water it once or twice a week. You want your tree to form deep roots to help it resist drought and wind, so a long slow trickle of water is more effective than a quick spritz. Don’t forget to let the ground dry out between waterings.
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✔️(Storm Clean Up)
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