Aside from beautifying and balancing the shape of plants, basically tree pruning is a maintenance effort that refers to certain benefits or goals. Pruning deliberately done if we want to maintain the natural form of the plant in question. It may happen that some plants may receive less sun, because they are blocked by walls, for example. Thus the part of the plant that receives a sufficient amount of sunlight will grow faster, and the original shape of the plant’s canopy starts to become irregular. It is at times like this that plants need to be pruned to keep their shape as expected. If you want to do the pruning process flawlessly, we suggest you hire a tree removal and pruning expert near your area.
You can also do this if you want to change the shape of a tree, so it doesn’t have its natural shape. This treatment is popular with the term topiary. Topiary plants are usually only formed after growing to a certain height. If you are young, in addition to the main stem that has not been raised, the branches and leaves are not dense enough to be formed.
Pruning can also be done because we want a certain height. For example, we want the mangoes to be planted not too high. Therefore, from the start of planting, branches, and twigs that emerge from the main stems of mango plants, always pruned out. This helps tree owners adjust the height of their trees according to their desire.
Plants naturally have the ability to survive (survival) when the branches or twigs deliberately hurt (cut / trimmed). This can be seen in plants like Pandanus Bali. After being cut/trimmed, in the not too long time, at the location of the cut will burst more than one new branch shoot, which of course will later provide branches (twigs) and more flowers and subsequently also more fruit.