Hedge Trimming In Rockland County
A crucial part of the American dream is having a neatly manicured lawn and professionally trimmed greenery outside your home. Hedge trimming doesn’t have to be difficult. If some basic horticulture principles are followed your hedges will look great and stay healthy year long! Just like anything in nature however, some diseases and pests are unavoidable. Trimming and maintaining your hedges keeps your investment safe, and your shrubs & hedges at peak health.
Other than keeping your hedges looking presentable and healthy, hedge trimming helps the plant in a lot of ways. Allowing air to flow freely, allowing more evenly spread light into the canopy or forcing growth to a more beneficial place. All of these techniques help prevent mold, and increase growth. Hedge trimming in Rockland County can help keep a plant that is healthy in the spring and summer healthy in the winter. Some bush & shrub choices are more winter hardy. Ask your local nursery or landscape service provider for help choosing if you are unsure.
Tree – Shrub – Hedge Trimming In Rockland County
Your Home – Your Schedule
On a schedule you prefer, we will trim your hedge or shrub, pick up and bag the debris, and leave the bags by the front side wall of your property, for municipal pick up if available. Dump fees must be included if municipal pickup is unavailable in your town.
Knowing The Best Trimming Technique to use
Whether we are providing a shrub thinning, or heading pruning; we will know the right technique to reach the goal that you have for your garden and lawn plants. Trimming to increase fullness and growth, or thinning the canopy for increased sunlight both have their benefits. On a slower growing plants (evergreens) one trimming per year at the minimum is suggested.
Fewer Things To Worry About
Letting us keep track of your mowing and landscaping allows you to worry less about yard work, scheduling, and making sure your house looks great. We’re not perfect, but we work hard every day for you! Let us earn your trust.