Killing Frosts and Freezes

Many people are pleased that typical winter temperatures have taken so long to show up. Below are some interesting observations from early- to mid-winter in New Brunswick. Relatively warm soil temperatures (as high as mid-60s °F) stimulated growth late into December. Dandelion bloom on 15 December 2015 in New Brunswick. Removed the permeable growth cover (folded up…

Why Prune Trees in Winter?

Winter is an excellent time to have your trees inspected and pruned. Our certified arborists can clearly detect structural issues when your trees are in a dormant state, without the obstruction of leaves. For certain areas, frozen ground also allows equipment access which may not be available in warmer weather. Here are a few benefits…

Treat Your Trees to Winter Pruning

Pruning trees is one of the most important aspects of landscape management and the winter is the perfect time to have this service performed. In addition to safeguarding your family, properly pruning overgrown trees and shrubs can restore structural integrity while improving overall plant health. In some cases, we may be able to install cabling…