Make The most Of Your Shrubs
Shrub pruning has to be performed correctly in order for your bushes and ornamentals to grow into the form you desire. Some people grow bushes and shrubbery for simple aesthetic value. For others, shrubs may have a practical purpose. Planting shrubs in a row can result in natural fencing that is strong, adds beauty to your property and provides privacy for your yard.
Shrub Pruning For Purpose
Small ornamental trees and large shrubs can also be sculpted or shaped into decorative designs that add unique focal points to your property. From simple boxed hedges to more elaborate designs, shrub pruning keeps your yard looking neat and attractive.
- Privacy Barriers
- Hedge Rows
- Flowering shrubs
- Rose of Sharon
Similar to tree pruning, shrub pruning needs to be performed at certain times of year so that your plants will thrive and grow. Particular cutting styles can promote new growth, fuller leaf development, or can train your shrub to grow in a desired direction. Our trained shrub pruners know precisely where and how to clip so that you will end up with a beautiful addition to your property. Trying to prune shrubs yourself may just create a lot of mess and leave you with a twiggy bramble.