Prepare Your Trees for Spring

Prepare Your Trees for Spring
on February 1, 2016 in Helpfull Tips, Tree Care Advice

Start by inspecting your trees for damage after a recent ice or snow storm. Trees may show new damage or worsening of old damage after heavy snow and ice. Look for holes in the trunk, cankers, cracks, numerous dead or weak branches, and especially for insect infestation and diseases. If you notice any of the aforementioned damage – call our arborist today. We will inspect your trees, remove all weak and diseased limbs and branches, and perform pruning and fertilization to boost your trees’ health and strength. We can thin overgrown shrubs in order to let some light into the middle of the plant. Your trees and shrubs are dormant right now, but the late dormant season is actually the best for pruning for some species; the wounds from pruning are left uncovered for only a short time before new growth in the spring begins the sealing process of the wound.

Please Call 704-366-1134 or SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT on-line with an AAA TREE EXPERTS Arborist. We will do a complete evaluation to determine if a course of action is required. An evaluation with one of our tree care consultants is FREE OF CHARGE.

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