Ultimate Tree Sculpting

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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The ultimate tree sculpting follows the natural shape and growth pattern of a tree. There are more than 400 species of trees on Long Island, and seven main types of shapes that are characteristic of these species. From the weeping beauty of willows to the pyramidal shape of pines and cedars, each species has its inherent pattern that it follows from youth to maturity. To the lay person, this growth pattern plus the leaf type allow easy identification of most trees.

Oaks have a spreading silhouette, and look majestic because of their breadth. Bigleaf maples have an unmistakable broad-topped outline; alders grow into an oval shape. Redbuds are often roundish, in contrast to the columnar yew, that tree that is ideal for hedges and screens.

Ultimate Tree Sculpting Companies

Property owners looking for the ultimate tree sculpting service might ask for references and actually take a look at the work of their candidates. Tree pruning has been revolutionized lately, with the once-automatic tree topping abandoned. Studies have shown that tree-topping not only ruins the natural shape of a tree, but encourages the growth of suckers and weak branches at the top of the tree.

Tree pruning has often been harsh in the past, but recent methods have emphasized the importance of retaining the innate tree form. Appreciation of the natural beauty of each type of tree has come to dominate tree care management lately. The purpose of tree trimming has become protection of people and property from dangerous limbs, and maintenance of the health of the tree. Ultimate tree sculpting companies respect the artistry of each tree species and preserve their unique shapes.


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