Arizona Landscaping to Protect Trees in Winter

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 @ 09:11 AM
posted by Ed Bambauer

Arizona Landscaping to Protect Trees in WinterIt’s true that Arizona is known for its sunny—and what would often be described as sizzling—climate. But while the region is normally envisioned as hot and dry, most locals know there are some considerable variations in the weather conditions, especially in the winter months. It isn’t uncommon to enjoy cool breezes and perhaps even the occasional chill during this period, especially in the evening. And let’s not forget, residents in the northern regions of the state or those who venture up into the higher elevations may even get to play in the snow—or at least have the need for a cozy warm-weather jacket.

This potential for extreme contrasts in weather presents some particular challenges with regards to caring for your plants, flowers and other greenery.

One specific aspect of your landscaping that will need particular attention is the caring of your trees, especially any fruit-bearing trees you may have on your property. These trees need to be pruned for the winter, but this is a process that must be done with care and timed exactly right. You want to enable the tree’s healthy ongoing growth and development while also causing as little damage and stress to the tree as possible.

Failing to care for trees and plants properly before and during the winter season can result in considerable damage or perhaps the loss of those items completely. This is why it is important to have someone with expertise and experience in year-round Arizona landscaping handle the winter preparation and ongoing care of all of your outdoor trees and greenery.

Corona Landscape can handle all of your Arizona residential landscaping needs.

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