Tree Trimming & Pruning
Importance of Tree Trimming & Pruning
Trimming and pruning should be done with knowledge on how each cut affects the tree, because improper pruning may cause long-term harm or even shorten its lifespan. That’s why Parker Tree Trimming has trained technicians who can help you properly prune your trees. Whether it be for removal of dead branches, removal of crowded limbs, redirection of growth or something else, our team is here to ensure your trees maintain the highest level of health, safety and attractiveness.
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Pruning older trees is usually done as a preventative or remedial strategy. Routine thinning does not always increase a tree’s health. To make the sugar needed for growth and development, trees build a dense crown of leaves. Pruning can inhibit growth and stored energy reserves by removing foliage. Heavy pruning might put the tree’s health under a lot of strain. However, in order for people and trees to coexist in an urban or suburban setting, we must occasionally adapt the trees. Natural forest conditions are not replicated in city settings. The issue of safety is a key problem. We also want trees to blend in with the other landscape plantings and grass. With a strong understanding of tree biology and proper pruning, we can preserve good tree health and structure while also improving the aesthetic and economic value of our landscapes.
Your plants require assistance and upkeep on a regular basis. They require regular watering and fertilizations. Pruning isn’t always about how you look. Pruning is a fantastic way to prevent future problems, and it’s crucial to do it whether you’re working with young or established plants. You’re protecting the environment and increasing your curb appeal by taking care of these areas of your property that could cause problems if not taken care of properly.
The majority of normal trimming, such as removing weak, diseased, or dead limbs, can be done at any time of year with little impact on the tree. Pruning should be done before the spring growth flush to enhance growth and speed wound closure. When maples and birches are clipped early in the spring, they tend to “bleed.” This is unattractive, yet it has minimal impact on the tree.
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When pruning wounds enable spores access into the tree, some tree diseases, such as oak wilt, can spread. During active transmission times, susceptible trees should not be trimmed. Heavy trimming should be avoided right after the spring growth flush. When trees have just spent a lot of energy producing leaf and early shoot growth, they shouldn’t be trimmed. If you need safe and effective tree pruning and trimming services at your landscape let Parker Tree Trimming know.