Published on October 31, 2017
Just because there is snow on the ground it doesn’t mean pruning has to stop. Despite what many people think winter time is a very good time to prune a tree. During the winter the tree is fully dormant and tree disease issues such as fire blight transmission on apple trees, black knot infection on chokecherry, etc. are not issues. Another advantage is the tree can be fully observed and inspected b...
Decay, disease, storm damage and age all harm the trees we cherish. Luckily, there are steps we can take to prolong their lives like pruning, cabling and bracing and training. Jobs like these — and other dangerous jobs like removals and pruning—are best left to the experienced arborists at Parkland Tree Care. We have the necessary tools, equipment and knowledge to safely care for your trees and shrubs.
If you would like to schedule an appointment for a consultation or a free estimate please call us at 204-981-8273 or fill out the form. Let us know what your tree requires and one of our arborists will get back to you at the earliest possible convenience.