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Tree care Brisbane – Prepare your garden for spring

Tree Care Brisbane QLD | Arbor Operations

It’s not all about the aesthetics; let us get your garden spring ready

With spring just around the corner, it’s time to give your garden a good spring clean. There’s no use pretending that you’re not going to be out in the yard the first minute that warm spring weather hits.

Looking out to your yard you can notice the impact that winter can have on your once well-kept trees and shrubs, with cool drying winds and constant fluctuations in temperatures the winter cold can leave your garden looking sad and sorry. You realise you’re going to need to clear all those old dead branches and leaves that have accumulated over the winter months and get that drab garden back to ultimate health, not to mention looking great.

Pruning your way to a safer spring

Correct maintenance and care is vital to ensure the optimal health and longevity of your trees and shrubs. Left unattended they can become diseased and a potential hazard to your property and loved ones. Having a professional take care of your garden needs can leave your garden looking healthy and avoid any unwanted trouble.

Tree pruning by one of our arborists takes into consideration not only the aesthetic look of your trees and shrubs but their ongoing health and growth. We don’t just look at the here and now; we want to leave your garden looking healthy and great for longer as opposed to the untidy mess left by an arbitrary trim using the old pruners you found near the back of the garden shed. Not to mention the safety benefits of having your garden pruned by an arborist such as:

  • Preventing overgrown branches from impacting power lines and telephone wires
  • Removing potential hazards affiliated with weak and overextended branches.

We treat tree pruning like a science, ensuring we maintain your garden is at optimal health. As you can see it’s not just all about trimming and tidying up the appearance of your garden’s trees and hedges, it’s about providing a safe and healthy environment for your family this spring.

So how do I know when my garden needs pruning?

So now we know that ensuring our garden is kept well is not only vital to its appearance but can ensure your garden is safe this spring, but how do I know when to get an arborist back out to my place?

At Arbor Operations, we recommend carrying out regular inspections to identify defective trees and shrubs which may require pruning or ultimately removal to ensure no unwanted incidents. You’re probably wondering “so what do I look for?” The tell-tale signs that your tree or shrubs might need some TLC can include the following:

  • Weakly attached branches
  • Lopsided or crowded branches which can lead to property damage or injury
  • Diseased sections, this can include branches with little or no growth, cracks or hollow sections and mushrooms growing near the roots of tree’s which can indicate root rot.

If you would like to know more about how to prepare your garden for spring, or about how our team can help you, please contact us.

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