Don't Delay. Pruning your trees in the winter is not only better for most trees health, but can help to ensure the homeowners safety by removing any overhanging or injured limbs. Ice and snow build up can cause even the strongest branches to fail. We will remove any potentially hazardous limbs and make sure that your tree is ready for the next winter storm!
Pruning deciduous plants/trees in the winter promotes fast regrowth in the spring, as most plants are dormant during the winter. It is important to prune in the dormant season. Dormant Pruning pulls double duty by causing less stress on trees, and allowing for robust new growth in plants that bloom in the spring and summer. It’s also easier to see the shape of deciduous plants in the winter, since their foliage is gone.