Pruning is an operation that regulates and controls the growth, flowering and fruiting of a plant, shrub or tree. It determines the form of its growth and often starts in the first few years whilst at the nursery.

Pruning is carried out to fulfill a human desire, be it the successful and consecutive production of fruit, the development of a particular shape or form or for the continued good health of the plant, shrub or tree.

Most regular garden pruning involves shrubs that require annual maintenance to check their growth or improve their form such as Buddleia, Cotoneaster  and Forsythia. Other regular garden pruning involves fruiting trees – required to ensure the continued supply of fruit season after season.

Fruit tree pruning is often carried out during the latter winter months and varies depending upon species and the requirement from the tree, be it amenity value and shape or the production of fruit.

We specialise in fruit tree pruning and restoration – please enquire for details.


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