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Blog Posts in category "Pruning"

Crown Cleaning Prune And Canopy Raising Dyckman Park For Town Of Hp

Pruning in the Parks of Highland Park

The Town of Highland Park has an abundance of parks and green spaces, mostly dotted with very mature trees. Preservation Tree brings their skill set to each one of them, following a well-crafted tree management plan.


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Threats to Your Trees this Winter

Heavy ice and snow can be especially harmful to your trees if they haven’t been pruned in a while - or have certain growth characteristics due to incorrect pruning or development as a young tree.


Scaffold Pruning Of Italian Cypresses At Pool Edge

When is Scaffolding Used to Prune Trees?

Arborist Laura McLarry devised a pruning plan for these 27-foot-tall Italian Cypress that included scaffolding.


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Crape Murder...avoid over-pruning these beautiful trees.

A crapemyrtle, when pruned the right way, is a gorgeous tree that comes in a variety of sizes perfect for any Texas landscape. But, prune it wrong and you could be committing...crape murder!


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What Happens When Your Tree Outgrows Its Welcome?

Trees need space to spread their roots. What happens when a tree outgrows its space? Damaged properties, stressed trees and an eyesore could be the signs of a tree that should be moved to a more accommodating spot.


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How to Prep Your Trees for Winter

What can you do now to help prevent damage to your trees and your property during ice, rain and wind? Read on for tips on keeping your investments, such as your landscape and home, safer during this winter's storm season.


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Maintaining Trees Around Your Commercial Property

When was the last time the trees on your commercial property were cared for by a pro?


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Canopy Thinning, End-Limb Weight Reduction, and Winter Storm Preparedness

Large open-grown trees can be beautiful and scenic, but grown close to streets, driveways, and homes, they may represent increased risk for property damage and/or injury.