Trimming and pruning are both common terms for removing parts of trees to improve their design, but they have different meanings depending on who you ask. Trimming usually refers to work done in order to fix problems with a specific plant, while “prunings” can be any kind off maintenance-related activities that happen throughout the year including necessary cuts requested by owners.
Crown Maintenance is vital for the health and longevity of a tree. It involves removing dead or dying branches from the top, which often goes by another name – “the crown.” The most important part about maintaining your trees’ crowns? You get to keep them looking beautiful!
Topping is a process where you reduce the height or width of trees. You may need this when a tree has grown too big for their surroundings and are blocking out light from other plants below them. Topping increases clearances around these obstructions so that everything has adequate room to grow without being crowded or bumping into anything else nearby!
Crown lifting is a process that removes the lower branches of trees, which increases space under their crowns. The visual effect makes it look like they’ve been lifted upwards and can be done for either increased clearance area or to avoid power lines; sometimes this also allows more sun into your property too.
Pruning is done to encourage the growth of branches in certain areas and limit their spread. It’s an important process because it can help trees grow healthier and reduce risk for those who live near them.