A lot of us have trees in our garden and every year or so, they need to be pruned to stop them growing too big and taking over your garden. Trees can flourish without care in the wild, but one destined to live long and beautify your yard should have special attention and care.
There are many reasons to prune a tree from it obstructing your satellite reception, obscuring the light, a branch rubbing against a window or it starting to become overgrown and need to be grown so that it looks nicer.
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You may want to remove the lower extremities of growth for the appearance, to increase airflow through the branches, and to make mowing easier around the tree as it grows.
Pruning a tree does two things, it eliminates the branches and dead and diseased branches, which stimulates the growth of the tree, while setting the size and direction of the growth. Pruning is vital for your trees healthy. Tree pruning rejuvenates opening it for better air circulation and exposure to the sun.
Do it yourself pruning
Use a pruning saw or a hacksaw to thick branches, and scissors cutting branches to ¾ inches. secateurs can handle up to ¼ inch branches. If you have a wood stove or fireplace you can break and save small branches for firewood.