Dormant pruning will be ongoing this winter as weather permits with a select PBOG crew. We have several orchards on our list, along with Kousa dogwood trees, forsythia hedges, and other deciduous material. It is easiest to see a plant’s structure when its leaves have dropped. Also it’s the traditional time to prune fruit trees during cool temperatures to lower the risk of spreading fungal diseases. Insect pests are dormant, too.
We may bring along our chipper to handle copious brush. See if you can use woodchips on your site for pathways or future woodland mulching projects. We love to close the loop and recycle!
Please contact Kim to arrange for our dormant pruning visit, <email@example.com>