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2 reviews of JAS Tree Service"Tony is a true expert! I needed to have one pine tree removed and another one trimmed. He had the most competitive bid, but more than that, he was the only one to tell me that it would be harmful to the tree to trim it in the summer. Instead he"shook" the tree to get the dead stuff out and will be back in the winter to trim bushlop.buzzon: Burbank Blvd Encino, CA Oct 07, Deciduous plants retreat and die back in the autumn to conserve energy over the cold months.

Just a little pruning now will help shrubs and trees come back stronger – and hopefully avoid losing branches and shape when the winter gales and heavy frost set bushlop.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. Proper timing helps to insure attractive, healthy, productive plants.

The proper time to prune trees and shrubs in the yard and garden are indicated below. Deciduous Shrubs. The proper time to prune deciduous shrubs is determined by the plant's growth habit, bloom time, and health or condition.

Don't prune further back than the current year's growth.

Prune apple trees, including flowering crabapples, mountain ash, hawthorns and shrub cotoneasters in late winter (February-early April). Spring or summer pruning increases the chances for infection and spread of the bacterial disease fireblight.

Autumn or early winter pruning is more likely to result in drying and die-back at pruning sites. Autumn is a busy season in the pruning calendar, the perfect time to remove old growth to get plants into shape.

Pruning should be completed before the fruit trees begin to break bud leaf out in early spring.

Many plants that have played a star role in borders in summer will need tidying up in autumn – cut back dead stems and top growth to prevent fungal diseases from setting in. Fruit bushes such as currants and gooseberries will benefit from thinning out, while perennials that lack Author: BBC Gardeners' World Magazine.