Dormant Season Pruning

Many of our associations were created and developed in the ‘80’s and ‘90’s. Trees and shrubs were part of the enhancements and have been thoroughly enjoyed over the years. Unfortunately, in all too many cases, they have been neglected over the years except to remove broken limbs and those that have fallen victim to rot, disease and other misfortunes.    Read the article…………


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