Prune flowering trees and shrubs only if you have a clear reason for doing so. Unnecessary pruning makes it easier for insect and disease organisms to enter the plant.
Pruning trees and shrubs in late winter increases their vigor, and pruning scars will heal faster. Shrubs that flower before the leaves unfold should be pruned after flowering. They will grow normally after ward and probably flower the following year. Most shrubs can be pruned anytime from late winter to late spring; however, to be safe, avoid pruning no later than July.
Stump grinding is the safest, easiest and most cost-effective way to remove unwanted stumps from your yard or property.
Some of the reasons to remove a tree is if it’s dying, diseased or has structural failure. It can cause damage to structures and construction renovations.
As they grow, the older fronds of palm trees will turn brown, and this is when the trimming is required. The removal of the fruit and seeds is very important because it takes strength away from palm trees. For the most part, palms should be trimmed yearly if not more often.
One of the most common reasons is because the tree is diseased and can not be treated. If you are planning to plant a new tree after removing a diseased tree, the first step is to determine the type of tree appropriate for your property and your needs. We can help you make a good selection on the type of tree you are looking for.
Root barriers can prevent damage to flatwork concrete. A root barrier is usually installed between concrete foundations or flatwork. They are made with any impermeable, durable material that can withstand burial in soil for an extended period of time.