Stuck in the Weeds?
Weeds are not always ugly. In fact, some can be quite pretty, such as clover, thistle, dandelions, and thistles. The problem with them is how quickly they grow and how much damage they cause to the soil they grow in. Creeping vines and invasive species love to take over other plants, soaking up all the nutrients and cutting off oxygen, nutrients, sunlight, and air from the plants you want to have growing.
Invasive plants are characterized by their abundance and resilience. They don’t like to die, and can re-grow even after being pulled if their deeper root structures remain intact. Some species are also favored by insects and pests, which means they are easily distributed via critters and prolific growing.
They can also grow in odd places, making them an issue for structural integrity and evenness. Weeds like to grow in crevices, can grow through beautifully laid cobblestone walkways, and even concrete, leading to expensive repairs of cracked concrete, asphalt, and up through artificial turf.
For commercial sports areas, they can be pesky and hazardous to players. For commercial businesses, weeds are unsightly and make the property look unkempt, while residential areas possessing weeds can spread to neighbors’ yard, cause damage to your structures, and take over the lawn you worked so hard to cultivate, whether with grown grass, sod, turf, or landscaping.
While they may not seem so bad aesthetically, as we mentioned above, weeds can get expensive due to their high rate of proliferation. Sometimes, weeds also attract the wrong kinds of bugs and pests.
Finally, these species are especially problematic to the health and growth of certain crops. Certain varieties provide homes for diseases that kill fragile crops. Other weed varieties overtake less robust crops, causing them to die or produce poorly. The home garden you’ve invested time and love into could be easily destroyed by an unchecked weed infestation.
Our Weeding Methods
Whether you prefer hand-removal and individual uprooting, or chemical treatments to combat especially challenging types of wild plants, our team can get rid of them and help them stay gone. We offer single-time treatments as well as recurring services to maintain your garden, keeping it healthy and producing the flowers, fruits, and vegetables you want it to, instead of the ones you never intended.
Pruning is critical for a healthy garden. We love pruning because it allows plants to grow to their very best, healthy and vibrant, even in their off-seasons. Flowering plants such as roses and other flowering shrubs need to be properly pruned and trimmed so they will produce their very best.
Fruit trees are a wonder in Hawaii, where a wide range of varieties can provide us with fresh fruit practically all year long. Mango trees, mountain apple, guava, lemons, orange trees, and Calamansi limes are just a few of the many fruit trees that thrive with proper pruning and repeat servicing.
Pruning for Optimal Garden Health
Whether it’s trees, shrubs, flowering bushes, or hedges, pruning is an important part of garden health and sustainability. Pruning flowers at the correct time ensures repeat blooming, while pruning trees and shrubs at the right time in the proper way, ensures faster recovery, healthy growth, and optimal life-span for your plants and trees. Healthy gardens add property value, beauty, color, and richness to your yard and lawn. We make sure that pruning is done properly, so your garden will be as healthy and bountiful as it should be.
Trees and sensitive flowers require special care and understanding of their growing patterns, because a poor cut in the wrong spot could cause damage to plants they are unable to recover from. Because everything in your garden is alive, it’s crucial that they are treated with care and caution. Our team has the wherewithal to properly prune a variety of plants, flowers, and trees in your garden, along with the attention to detail and focus required for even the most challenging of plants.
Pruning aids in the growth of trees and plants by removing excess weight and dead branches, while optimizing air flow and sunlight exposure. Proper timing of pruning is a sure-fire way to keep your garden healthy and growing properly all year long.
Several important techniques for ideal pruning include pruning from the bottom up, thinning of leaves and branches, strategic removal of dying and infected parts of the plant, and selective removal that will not hurt the tree past recovery. Pruning trees requires different strategies from pruning herbs, flowers, or bushes. We understand correct pruning practices for all of them, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the fruits of our labor.
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