Training pruning

During the early years of tree growth, it is necessary to perform a pruning called training. This consists of correcting future problems in the growth of branches and the trunk. An expert eye can anticipate the direction and development of each branch, which allows for decision making.

Training pruning takes into account the tree’s future shape and its present ability to tolerate branch pruning. This pruning, in addition to getting rid of dead or diseased branches, restores the balance of the tree and, above all, its hormone production.

Hedge trimming

Hedge trimming consists of controlling the growth of plants by lightly cutting the ends. In addition to shaping the hedge according to the desired form, hedge trimming allows the plants to remain compact and dense.

Shrub pruning

It involves pruning the shrub to control its growth or shape. This intervention allows the removal of dead or diseased branches as well as maintaining a balance of the plant.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers yo the questions we get asked the most about our services.
It depends on the species. Deciduous trees are typically pruned in late winter or early spring, while evergreens are pruned in early to mid-spring.
It’s best to remove no more than one-third of the plant’s total growth.
Basic tools include hand pruners, loppers, a pruning saw, and a ladder or pruning pole if needed. The specific tools required depend on the size and type of plant being pruned.