Pruning is an important horticultural practice for your woody ornamental trees and shrubs. Pruning maintains a plant’s “Three S’s” (Structure, Shape and Size), as well as increases the flowering and overall vitality of your landscape plants.
Late fall, winter, and early spring are the best times of the year for pruning […]
The leaves are now almost completely off the trees, and despite the recent warm temperatures, that means it’s officially late fall.
Did you know that fertilizing your trees and shrubs in the late fall is more effective for promoting overall plant health than fertilizing in the spring?
Plants respond to a late […]
Our Bronze, Silver and Gold Plant Health Care Programs are very popular with our clients who want to protect their plants and see them thrive. To these services, we are excited to announce the addition of our new Certified Arborist Plant Care Program.
This unique program was created by Warren Liken, […]
A typical fall “To-Do List” for your landscape would include things like winterize your irrigation system, rake the leaves, prune your trees and shrubs, and fertilize your lawn and plants one last time before the snow flies.
This year, to that list you can add “Talk to a Reder Landscape Designer […]