Most Trees and bushes require trimming throughout the year; in our Industry, this is known as "Pruning". According to Mike Zins and Deborah Brown from The University of Minnesota Extension "Pruning is a horticultural practice that alters the form and growth of a plant. Based on aesthetics and science, pruning can also be considered preventive maintenance. Many problems may be prevented by pruning correctly during formative years for a tree or shrub" (2014).
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*Please note we do not prune trees only bushes and other plants
Why we Prune? 
  • To improve the plant's appearance 
  • To protect people and property 
  • To encourage growth, flower and fruit development 
  • To Maintain a dense hedge
  • Remove dead or dying branches injured by disease, severe insect infestation, animals, or storms
When to Prune? 
"Different strokes for different folks" applies to pruning. The type of plant determines when it should be pruned. (Click Here) for a guide on when to prune.    
  • During the winter is best for most plants 
  • After blooming 
  • Before new growth in the spring
  • Hedges can be pruned in spring and late summer 
  • After a branch has become damaged