Did you know tree pruning was so important? Call us and we’ll help you to take advantage of it for your place of business. Here are six tips to help you do so.
It doesn’t matter whether certain trees are ornamental or not; pruning low hanging or other unsightly limbs can help the tree grow thicker in that vicinity.
Thicker trees can provide more of a barrier to blowing wind or rain.
Trees that have been pruned earlier will provide a larger quantity of colorful blooms at their proper time. This is due to the fact that there will be more limbs available.
Trees that have more branches, due to pruning, will produce more oxygen for us to breathe, so pruning actually allows each of us to do our part in being kind to the earth and the creatures in it. Trees that have been pruned just look better and well taken care of.
Damage to property such as buildings, vehicles or other things can be easily prevented with regularly scheduled pruning your trees. A very common example is the Bradford Pear tree. It does indeed look great as a landscaping ornamental tree, but it does possess at least one undesirable characteristic. It does tend to, when young, sprout a larger quantity of branches that branch off from the tree’s trunk directly. You may be thinking, wait a minute, I thought I just read that more branches are better. A problem exists when too many limbs originate from the trunk itself. It may not cause any issues when the limbs are young and short, but watch out! If these are left on their own to grow, the least strong gust of wind could send a limb splintering off the trunk!
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