It is a commonly held misconception that pruning needs only to be done on older trees. Corrective tree pruning early in the tree's life will maintain a pleasing shape, keep the tree healthy, and prevent time consuming and expensive work at a later stage. A tree adapts to it's growth conditions and will flourish throughout it's life with occasional pruning.
There are many reasons why a tree needs pruning. It is important to take into account whether or not pruning will be beneficial to the tree or shrub in terms of it's life expectancy and health. It is important to remember that pruning may do more harm than good, and in some situations may create more problems than it solves. Take a look at our Crown Lift, Thinning and Reshaping Services.
Reasons for Pruning
It is essential when considering pruning a tree, of any age, that a thorough evaluation is done to determine the objectives to be achieved. Professional decisions can then be made as to where, how, when and how often to prune a specific tree or trees, to achieve specific objectives. This evaluation process is an essential part of our Planning and Site Management Process.
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As part of our Site Management and Maintenance Program we undertake regular pruning of all trees plants and shrubs to keep them health and and to help keep the plants at the full growing potential.
Domestic fruit trees need pruning because they have become excessively large and are pruned for aesthetic reasons.
Other reasons for pruning fruit trees are to increase fruit production.
Whatever the reason for pruning we have an experienced team ready to turn your fruit trees into prize specimens.
Many older trees around London are highly prized within communities due to their extreme age and size. Veteran trees may also be important to the landscape or to local wild life.
These trees need to be carefully managed to maintain them in peak condition and to keep them disease free.
Our team have vast experience in the care and management of veteran trees and are able to advise on the possibility of obtaining grants to help with their maintenance.