Category: Tree Pruning

Unlocking Your Trees' Full Potential: Pro Tips for the Transition Season

As the days become longer and the frost melts, the transition from winter to spring is a vital time for tree care. Properly caring for trees when they emerge from hibernation not only promotes their development and vitality, but it can also result in a beautiful display of foliage and blossoms in the months ahead. […]
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Winter Tree Pruning: Nurturing Nature's Elegance

In the heart of winter, when the world outside is draped in a serene blanket of snow, our attention turns to the majestic guardians of our landscapes – trees. While winter might seem like a time of hibernation for nature, it's also an opportune moment for a vital task: tree pruning. Timber Ridge Tree Service […]
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The Best Fruit Trees for Utah

Before you grab that fruit tree that’s on sale at Home Depot, make sure it’s a good fit for your zone, otherwise you may be calling us in just a couple years to help you pull out a dead tree. To understand what fruits grow best for your location, you’ll want to know what hardiness […]
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Pre-Spring Tree Care

A fresh blanket of snow makes our valley feel magical. It can also hide problematic areas in our yards. Although your trees are probably still covered in snow, it’s not a bad idea to start considering upcoming spring tree care. Proper tree care in the spring months is a great way to improve the overall […]
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Why Leaves Change and Fall in Autumn

Trees must change their leaf color and drop the leaves before winter as part of a survival process. Since trees are literally rooted to their spot, they must adapt to endure the freezing months. In Utah, we’re lucky to see the gorgeous displays of color from our many trees. The National Park Services states: “Broadleaf […]
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Why You Shouldn’t Top Your Trees

If you have a tree that is getting larger than you’d like or is creating a safety hazard, don’t simply chop off the top. It may seem like the best choice at the time, but it creates complications for the health of the tree. There are three main reasons why people top their trees: For […]
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Marching into Spring

Winter may linger for a bit longer here in Utah, but spring is on the way. On warmer days this month, there are lots of great things you can do in your yard to get prepped for the spring and summer months. You may have some areas that you didn’t get around to cleaning up […]
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Fall Pruning – Yay or Nay?

Now is a great time to prep your yard and garden for the cooler autumn weather. It’s such a relief to have your trees, shrubs, plants, and grass manicured and ready for that first snow before the frost really arrives. Fall yard cleanup and prep work is almost more fun than spring cleaning. However, be […]
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It’s Prudent to Prune

Pruning and trimming are important components of annual yard maintenance, but you may be wondering what the difference is. Pruning is the selected removal of dead or diseased branches to encourage proper growth and keep the tree healthy. Trimming applies to cutting back overgrown plants or parts of a tree to maintain a desired look […]
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