Cooler weather will be upon us soon! It is best to prune thin bark trees, such as plum, pear and Raywood Ash trees in the fall and winter months when the leaves have dropped and it is easier to see the structure of the tree, allowing you to prune only what is necessary. Winter is considered the dormant season for deciduous trees. Pruning during this time will maintain the trees energy reserves that encourage new growth and allow your trees to be invigorated. Winter is also the optimal time to trim pine trees to reduce mess from running sap and to allow cuts to heal properly.
Let our ISA Certified Arborists take a look at your trees to determine the type of pruning needed to help you protect your most valued landscape investment—your trees. Call us for all your fall and winter pruning needs at 702-564-1998.