Risk Prevention of Dangerous Trees
This includes weight and crown reduction & thinning while keeping the natural shape or form of its species. We also specialise in cable and bracing that can dramatically lower the risk a tree may present to its surrounds. Taking these precautions assist in maintaining a tree’s usefulness and value to it’s landscape for many years to come.
Pruning is a horticultural and silvicultural practice involving the selective removal of parts of a plant, such as branches, buds, or roots. Reasons to prune plants include deadwood removal, shaping (by controlling or directing growth), improving or maintaining health, reducing risk from falling branches, preparing nursery specimens for transplanting, and both harvesting and increasing the yield or quality of flowers and fruits. The practice entails targeted removal of diseased, damaged, dead, non-productive, structurally unsound, or otherwise unwanted tissue from crop and landscape plants. Specialized pruning practices may be applied to certain plants, such as roses, fruit trees, and grapevines. Different pruning techniques may be deployed on herbaceous plants than those used on perennial woody plants.
View and light enhancement plant and tree pruning can open up views and optimise light to your property. This type of work often involves roping and scaling large trees to access the canopy. We prune trees for view enhancement without lopping or disregarding their health and dignity! We have a selective approach, aiming to maintain the form and quality of trees while giving you a beautiful result.
It’s important to remove invasive unwanted weed species before they take hold. Take care of a small problem before it gets out of control. We can offer advice and have extensive knowledge of the ideal methods for dealing with numerous species of weeds. We also remove parasitic plants that can gown on trees.
Pruning of dead and diseased branches will to improve health, longevity and appearance of trees. Staying on top of pruning is essential to maximise the value of your landscape. If you require an qualified and highly experienced climbing arborist to undertake any job at competitive price, give us a call or use our online enquiry form.
Reducing Plant Size
Keeping Natural Form
Pruning Fruit Trees
Pruning Storm Damage Branches and Trunks
Expert Advice on Weeding