Pruning Services

Annual maintenance pruning on younger fruit trees is best done when trees are dormant; here in northern Nevada that’s mid-December to mid-March. Peaches and nectarines are best pruned just before blooming in March and April. Summer or fall pruning may be done to manage tree size and to restore older, neglected trees. Summer pruning is usually done after fruiting. I provide pruning services for fruit trees in the Reno area and I give lessons on how to prune-your-own trees.

I have a $60 minimum and will give you an free estimate before starting work.
If you want to learn to prune your own trees and want to build your confidence by working alongside me, I’ll be happy to teach you. If you like, get together with a neighbor or two and we’ll do all your trees together. Lessons are $60 per hour.

I am an ISA Certified Arborist; to find out more about the International Society of Arboriculture and why you should hire an arborist, visit www.isa-arbor.com.

If you are interested having your fruit trees pruned or would like a pruning lesson, contact me and leave your name, address, email, phone number and the best time to call. Or call me at 722-6303. Thanks.

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  1. Carla Magenheimer

    Hi, I had my apple and pear trees pruned last fall. The old gentleman, who is the expert, said his assistant was very knowledgeable and would be doing the work. Needless to say, my tree is shorter, but has doubled in girth and has branches hanging to the ground. It’s taking over the yard. The apples are plentiful and tasty, but most have at least one worm hole in them. The pear is in better shape but has a couple of low hanging branches.
    Could you give me a quote for pRunning? I’m also interested in learning to do it myself. I have a neighbor who might be interested in learning as well. We live in Sparks.
    Thanks

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