If you love to garden, you know that there’s a right time for every task, from pruning to harvesting. The same can be said for tree trimming. To maintain the healthiest trees we recommend studying your specific trees needs or asking a professional.
Trimming trees requires time and patience.
If you trim a tree too early you could end up cutting a branch before it’s ready. If you wait too long your tree could be exhausted from having to maintain dead or dying branches and leaves.
Trees may not come with alarms that let you know when it’s time to care for them, but we have the next best thing. If you follow these tips, you’ll know the best time to trim trees.
If you’re a springtime planter and want to get your garden in order, you’re going to want to take care of your trees before they start to bloom.
The best time to trim trees in the spring is before your trees start to bud and bloom. If you wait too long you could end up accidentally cutting off healthy flowers or interrupting their growth.
Every tree is different, and certain species have different needs.
There is no right time for every single tree to get a trim. Some may need trimming the most in the springtime, others may need it in the fall, and there are a few that may need very little maintenance.
If you want to know what the best time to trim is, do a little online research. Google your tree type and see what experts say are the best times for trimming. If you don’t know the species, there are a number of online tools that can help you figure it out.
If you aren’t sure what the best time to trim trees is, your best bet is to wait until the late fall or winter months to make your cuts.
During the late fall and winter months, most trees are dormant and no longer growing. If you wait until then to trim you won’t have to worry about accidentally cutting off viable branches and blooms.
Now that you know the best times to trim, it’s time to set up your trimming appointment. Contact us today so we can talk about how we can care for your trees.