Tree Pruning Services in the Greater Toronto Area

Garden Pruning Services
Shrub Pruning
Shrub Maintenance Services
When pruning is performed properly, it enhances the beauty of almost any tree and shrub. Improper pruning can ruin plant life or greatly reduce its landscape potential. In most cases, it is better not to prune than to do it incorrectly. Pruning, like any other skill, requires proper training to achieve success.
The old idea that anyone with a chain saw or a pruning saw can do a great job pruning is far from the truth. More trees are killed or injured each year from improper pruning than from pests.

Remember that pruning is the removal or reduction of certain plant limbs that are not required, that are no longer effective, or that are of no use to the plant. This is done to supply additional energy to the tree or shrub for the development of flowers, fruits, and limbs that remain on the plant. Our Horticultural trained staff is well versed in these procedures and will care for your plant life professionally. Contact us to help shape your trees and refresh your landscape.

“Doug, I want to take a second and thank you and your company for lending a hand to my elderly mother and her partner. My mother has reached an age where gardening just is not possible for her to do during the day. As such her backyard became unmanageable with a lot of overgrowth. I immediately called your company for help and without hesitation you personally came out to my mother’s house and helped clean things up. Your professionalism and compassion dealing with elderly people clearly showed that day. You were able to make suggestions on the spot to my elderly mother and took the time to explain the pros and cons to all of it. In the end you made her backyard much more manageable and made an elderly mother very thankful and happy. From what I saw that day it is clear that your company is clearly a cut above the rest. Once again thank you for all you did that day.”
Daren Joyce

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