Riverside’s Shrub & Hedge Trimming Pros
Landowners, especially beginners, usually pay a lot of attention to nutrition and soil composition, fertilization, and irrigation. And speaking of pruning shrubs, alas, forget. Some even believe that it is not necessary at all. However, over time, when the bushes are strengthened, and many additional branches accumulate, it is understood that pruning is required.
Often there is not enough knowledge about the peculiarities of decorative shrubs to prune. How to cut, when and how much? There are many plants, and they are all so different. At some point, it may seem that one can never master this wisdom. Don’t worry; our employees will help both novice gardeners and experienced home plotters to take a fresh look at the need to form the crown.
Do You Have to Do Shrub Trimming
The answer is straightforward: it not only is it necessary, but it is also even needed. Pruning strongly affects all vital bush processes. However, the main principle in this matter is not to harm. And when you start working, you should imagine what you’ll cut and for what. First of all, this procedure will help to improve the plants – this cut is called health. Cutting is also necessary to regulate growth, as well as for fruit formation.
And there are many techniques to get the desired result. Interference in crown growth is necessary for shrub rejuvenation. No matter how we keep the bush in good condition, all the plants’ age, their beauty, the shape is lost, and development is slowed down.
And if you do everything right, it will help you restore the previous appearance of your favorite brand of plant or shrub — an important aesthetic side in this subject. Cutting the crown will give the plant the desired size and shape of its crown, sometimes quite far from the natural. This pruning is called topiary art. And the most straightforward techniques can dominate every gardener. With this cut, it is often necessary to start from the first days of life of the plants in the garden, to “teach” a constant reduction, without shocks, because it can destroy the hive. In the future, it supports the shape in which the plant maintains a “combing.” Otherwise, it will try to restore its natural appearance.
Cutting or Thinning – This is complete removal of the branch or filming. The branches are removed as close as possible to the surface of the soil or even below its level. Small branches are cut with a bucket, the big ones cut.
Pruning – This technique is used
Trimming or Shortening – During pruning, reduce the length of the branch or shoot. It is necessary to stimulate branching. The shorter it is, the more new shoots are formed. Annual growth is reduced if not oriented in the right direction.
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