Winter is a great time to do structural pruning. Since the leaves are gone, you can easily see the plant’s branching structure. It is also easier to detect damaged and diseased branches. The plants are dormant, so diseases and insects that can invade pruning cuts or spread diseases are also dormant.
Our expert pruners can help keep your plants healthy and attractive. Call or email us to make a pruning appointment.
In the meantime, enjoy this time lapse video of pruning a Japanese maple tree in winter.