Commonly, trimming and pruning are often confused. Property owners often make this mistake because both involve removing parts of trees, shrubs, or hedges. The difference is in the purpose of each service. Pruning is the removal of diseased or dead branches. Trimming removes excess growth from plants. Continue reading to find out how trimming differs from pruning and why trees and shrubs require both.
Although plants are beautiful, they can become overgrown if not taken care of properly. Unruly foliage and branches can cause a decrease in curb appeal. To maintain their beauty, trimming involves removing excess overgrowth from your trees, shrubs, and hedges.
Here are some benefits of routine trimming:
- It will help keep your plants neat and well-shaped.
- To maintain uniformity, it will ensure that your plants are the same size.
- This will give your plants a much-needed haircut. Multiple items can also be trimmed simultaneously.
Trimming is a maintenance service. You can trim your plants anytime you feel they are getting unruly. We recommend that you hire professionals because it can be dangerous to your plants’ health if it is not done correctly.
To keep your plants looking great, you should trim them at least twice per year.
Pruning your plants is a great way to maintain their health. Pruning refers to the removal of diseased or damaged areas of plants in order to maintain their health and prevent them from becoming more dangerous. There’s more … Read More