Trimming and pruning services for your landscaping in the Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, and Fishers, IN region.
Services for bushes, hedges, shrubs, and small trees.
In order for your home or business property's landscaping (bushes, shrubs, hedges, and small trees) to thrive, you need to prune and trim at the right time of the year. At Spider Lawn & Landscape, we have experienced professionals who know exactly when and how to trim the plants that grow in and around the Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, and Fishers area.
Our landscape trimming and pruning services are for bushes, shrubs, hedges, and small trees. Large tree owners looking for major pruning should seek a specialized service in the area.
The difference between trimming and pruning.
Trimming and pruning are very different but equally important to the growth of your landscape's plants and hedges. Trimming cleans them up and helps get rid of overgrown branches. Trimming is often referred to as giving your hedge a haircut. Pruning, however, deals with the health of the plant by selectively removing branches.
Trimming aids the bush in growing back thicker, greener, and healthier than before. This also reduces disease and insect infestation, while preventing overgrowth. Aesthetically speaking, trimming controls the shape and size of the plant.
During pruning, we remove diseased, vertically grown, and low-hanging branches. Pruning prevents loose or dead branches from breaking free. It is also essential for flowering or fruit-bearing plants.
When do we prune/trim your landscaping?
The time that pruning takes place depends on the type of plant that needs pruning, while trimming takes place as needed throughout the year. The majority of plants should be pruned during winter or early spring. Pruning your landscaping during the fall can stimulate growth, which actually can severely weaken the plant as it enters its dormancy period. Additionally, certain plants demand specific timing for their pruning sessions throughout the year.
- Early spring bloomers, such as lilacs, require pruning shortly after they finish blooming.
- Pruning deciduous shrubs should occur during the late winter.
- Some small trees and shrubs can be pruned between late winter and early spring before sap sets in, such as hydrangeas, juniper, and cherries.
- Prune trees that sap during the late winter, in the summer.
Tools that we use.
There are many options for tools that are specific to pruning and trimming. We use a variety of equipment to ensure your plants are receiving the proper cut. Some of the tools that we have at our disposal include:
- Pruning shears
- Pole pruners
- Lopping shears
- Hedge trimmers
- Pruning saws
Hand shears are used for pruning, while loppers and hedge trimmers are typically used for trimming.
Residential and commercial customers call for a free landscape trimming and pruning estimate.
No matter how many plants, hedges, or small trees you have on your property, we can handle it. We serve in and around the areas of Noblesville, Carmel, Westfield, and Fishers, IN.
For further information on our landscape trimming and pruning services, and to get a free estimate for your commercial or residential property, call us today at (317) 900-7151.
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