Deciding on whether to prune a flowering, ornamental, or fruiting tree or not is actually a matter of personal preference. But, while trees make for exceptional additions to your garden, some can grow taller than 60 metres and can be considered hazardous—this may be an excellent time to consider pruning them. Beaver Tree Service shares more information below:
Permission to Cut your Trees
Before you take out your chainsaw from the garage, you need permission from the council first if your tree turns out to be a fern, cyclad, or palm, which are protected species. Also, if tree pruning isn’t enough and removal is necessary, you’ll have to obtain a permit if you’re removing a native species that is higher than 3 metres. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay a fine that can cost as much as $15,000.
Some DIY Tree Pruning Tips
The most effective and basic way of pruning your tree is by crown lifting, which will only require cutting down low lying branches. If your tree isn’t really that tall and you can safely prune it yourself, keep in mind that you must not cut off the collar since it contains all the vital hormones which keep your tree protected against diseases. Also, make sure to prune the branches no more than 25% of its size or risk fatally damaging your tree.
Some Crucial Factors to Consider
While the majority
mobdro not working of trees may be pruned regardless of the season if the task is minor, it’s still advisable to deal with more complex tree pruning tasks during winter when a tree is usually in its dormant stage.
Also, pruning taller and bigger trees should be left to arborists to ensure safety. By doing this, you’ll prevent branches from falling down your home or crashing your window or a lopsided, unbalanced tree that appears like it has been damaged by a hurricane. Additionally, they’ll bring along a chipper with them and dispose of the cuttings as they go around their job, which means less work for you.