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Premium Tree Pruning Services in Pascoe Vale

We perform all aspects of tree work including:

  • Hedge Trimming

  • Crown Thinning

  • Shaping & Pruning

  • Fruit trees

  • Rose pruning

  • Tree Removal

Below are photos of trees and shrubs that have been maintained by Precision Gardening Solutions.

Ficus and buxus hedge
Ficus and buxus hedges pruned and shaped
Conifers pruned and rounded
Trees and shrubs pruned in front garden
Trees and shrubs pruned in front garden

Tree trimming services in Pascoe Vale includes:

  • Trees and shrubs shaped and manicured to your needs.

  • Green waste taken away.

  • Fertilisation and pest control if required.

  • Experienced operators using the best equipment available.

  • Organised and helpful admin support.

Some of our happy clients

Clare Brazenor

"Fantastic job. Reliable. Excellent communications. Highly recommend."

Bron Barwick

"Nathan was very friendly and efficient. He returns calls quickly and arrived at the times he had given me. All work I requested was attended with no reminding needed! Nathans work was a high standard and everything was left neat and tidy once he was finished. Highly recommended"

Niki Forbes

"I have no problem recommending Nathan's service. He does an AWESOME job at a very reasonable price. He is reliable, hard working, honest & extremely personable. Nathan doesn't just cut lawns - he has cut tree's & trimmed hedges for me.

10/10 Nathan - i know yr business will be a success"

Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to prune?

Generally, the best time to prune is when the plant or tree is dormant (when the plant stops growing and conserves energy) to prevent stress

What is the process of pruning?

Remember the the 3 D's. Remove all Dead, Diseased, or Damaged branches.

What is the 1/3 rule of pruning?

To avoid placing the plant under stress, it is recommended to cut approximately 1/3 of the plants wood when pruning. This encourages new growth and allows more light and air in to keep it healthy.

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