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Shrub Trimming And Thinning

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Trimming Is More Than Just Cutting The Shrub Back!

Difference Between Us & Them

Most Shrub Trimming Companies Simply Run A Trimmer Along The Outside Of The Plant Because It’s Quick And Easy. But On The Wrong Type Of Shrub, This Can Do Ugly And Permanent Damage. Many Times This Will Look Acceptable Just After The Work Is Done — But In Time Your Shrub May Not Flower, Or If A Juniper Shrub, It Will Start To Brown In Color.

The ArborScape Trimming Team Understands The Health Of Your Shrubs And Will Give Them The Correct Attention To Maintain And Improve Their Health And Appearance.

Here At ArborScape, We Know That Pruning Isn’t Simply About Cutting The Shrub Back, But Is Also About The Health And Wellness Of The Shrub For Years To Come.

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What You Can Expect From Us

Our Pruning Services

Proper Cuts Done At The Correct Time Of The Year.

Removal Of Crossing Branches.

Development Of Proper Structure.

Quality Customer Service.

Removal Of Dead Wood.

Knowledge About Your Plants.

What Is Proper Trimming?

Shearing A Bush Means Using A Tool Such As Hedge Trimmers To Work With Hedges. Hand Pruning Is Using Hand Pruners. Hand Pruning Is Better For Single Shrubs And Deadwood Leafy Bushes.

If These Simple Guidelines Are Not Followed The Shrub May Not Flower, It May Die Back Or Develop Bad Structure. But If The Guidelines Are Followed The Plant Will Usually Flower, Thrive, And Have A Quality Structure.

In Fact, Texas A&M Has Closely Studied The Best Practices For Shrub Care And Concluded That It’s Better Not To Prune Your Shrubs At All, Than To Trim Them Incorrectly.

Necessary Know-How

A Pruner Must Have Knowledge Of Proper Pruning Cuts And Knowledge Of Plant Species.
Each Of Our Bush Trimming Specialists Have Extensive Knowledge Of All The Different Kinds Of Landscape Shrubs That Grow On The Front Range And Their Unique Horticultural Needs.

For Example, The Lilac Bush Requires Yearly Trimming In The Spring Right After They Are Past Blooming, To Ensure There Will Be Buds The Next Season; Whereas Some Summer Bloomers, And Most Foliage Shrubs And Hedges, Are Best Pruned In Late Winter.

Some Shrub Species Require A Prune Once A Year While Others Do Better On A Twice-A-Year Schedule.

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