Tree Trimming

Landscape Ground Cover

October is a great time for tree trimming before the cooler desert temperatures arrive. Trees provide the desert valley with great benefits:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Minimize conflicts with urban infrastructure
  • Reducing storm water runoff
  • Improving local air and soil
  • Water quality
  • Reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide
  • Providing wildlife habitat and food
  • Shade
  • Increasing property values
  • Enhancing community
  • Attractiveness

palm trees

Native trees will bring the best benefits to your home and community. There are many Senoria desert native trees you can plant in your yard to bring beauty, shade, and attractiveness:

  • Palo Verde
    • Museum
    • Blue
    • Emerald green
  • Ironwood
  • Ocotillo
  • White thorn acacia
  • Guajillo
  • Leather leaf acacia
  • Palo brea
  • Desert willow
  • Palm trees
    • Queen Anne
    • Pineapple pine
    • Pygmy pine
    • Mediterranean fan palm
    • Mexican palm fan
    • Bismark palm fan
    • Date palm
    • Sago palm
    • Phoenix reclinata

Trees pruning is important in the southwest desert because the trees have rapid growth in the region, especially after monsoon season. Trees need to be properly trimmed and cared for to provide your property the best benefits. Trimming trees will allow for the tree to survive the harsh desert condition, monsoon storms, weed control, improve strength, and great shade.

Pruning requires proper sharpen and sterile equipment to provide the best prune without spreading disease. Each tree has specific pruning needs and specifications.

AMC Consolidated provides tree pruning for your home and community trees. We are knowledge and experienced. Please contact us or call 602-233-9800 for further assistance.

 

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