Fruit Tree Pruning
Improve health and crop
Pruning will ensure good health and fruit on a young tree and ensure a more productive tree in later years and will invigorate an old fruit tree that is overgrown and scruffy. By selectively cutting branches or smaller limbs back the tree will grow in a more structurally sound way and help ensure a good crop of fruit. Best carried out in winter when the trees are dormant.
What our clients are saying...
"We often have need for work to trees, hedges etc. It's important that we can rely on the work being tidy, punctual & cost effective. We continue to use Bishopswood for this reason!"Mr James. Langland Court Developments
"I had a large hornbeam hedge desperately needng some maintenace. They did such a good job I asked them to design & landscape my front garden complete with a patio & pool decking. I would happily recommend them to anyone."Captain Simon Kembrey
"We would not hesitate to use Bishopswood again! They did an amazing job felling some trees very close to our old cottage. The work, the cost & the tidying up were all perfect. Well done boys"Nesta & Peter Lucas - Pennard
"Bishopswood did a fantastic job maintaining pruning & pollarding & seceral large trees in my garden. Professional, reliable & extremely tidy!"Mr Roger Williams - Southgate
"I had 3 large trees reduced at the front of my property. They were clean, tidy, professional & were more than happy to chop all the wood up for me to use as firewood. Top job!"Mr Alan Phillips - Bishopston