Dormant pruning in the late winter is a great opportunity to provide necessary pruning to certain trees and shrubs while preventing pest and disease from being an issue. By waiting to prune until late winter, the trees and shrubs are dormant and can recover more quickly once temperatures warm up in the spring. Additionally, the absence of foliage makes pruning easier!
Protecting trees and shrubs, as well as tender perennials is an important step to preserving your investments in the landscape. Pests, wind, snow, and extreme temperatures can all cause damage, which can be fatal. We utilize research based techniques to protect your plants so they can start the season looking great!