When plant growth begins to endanger itself or surrounding structures it is time for corrective pruning.
Corrective pruning is a horticultural practice that controls the direction and thickness that a plant grows.
Thinning a tree or large shrub allows light to penetrate the plant for effectively, leading to a healthier plant and a healthier landscape. For large trees, corrective pruning can be even more important.
Deadwooding, prevents insects and disease from destroying your tree. It allows it to grow in a healthier direction and can prevent the tree from causing damage to your home after a storm or windy day.
By getting a professional to assess your trees and apply corrective pruning, you can create a beautiful landscape that won’t be hazardous to your home or property.