Did you know that winter is one of the best time to trim and prune your Pine and Evergreens?
One of the best times for you to do a trimming or pruning on your trees is WINTER because of the snow, each time snow falls trees accumulate the snow on their branches and makes it easy for them to break.
That is why you should consider on contacting a professional arborist to take a look on your trees to help you prevent any undesirable surprise when the snow starts to fall.Both conifers with needles and broad-leafed evergreen trees prefertrimming or pruning in late winter, typically between December and February. This gives trees time to heal after the coldest parts of winter have passed and the weather warms for spring growth, let's try and have our trees trim or prune at adequate time to keep them healthy and looking beautiful. The usual time chosen is winter or early spring, that way cuts have a long time in which to heal before the following winter. Another advantage of dormant-season trimmingor pruning is that leaves are not present, or not fully grown; it is easier to see what you are doing, but in this case Evergreens and Pines their leaves don't fall and it becomes tricky because is hard to tell whether if the branches are dead or not, but be prepare to call an arborist and have him examine your tree and getting ready to do a trimming or pruning.