Tree Surgery Ayr & Ayrshire
MIG Garden Care is a team of professional Tree Surgeons in Ayr proving all tree surgery services in Ayr and All Ayrshire.
Our team is full insured and trained to the highest standard. Take a picture of your tree and Email, Text or use our contact form to get a fast quote for whatever service you need.
Crown Reduction, Thinning & Raising
Our tree surgeon can recommend the best solution for your tree as every type of tree grows differently.
The most common service our clients want is to remove low hanging branches (crown raising), reducing the width and height of a tree (reduction) and to improve the overall look and general health of a tree (thinning/pruning). MIG Garden Care can do all of the above while keeping your tree’s health at heart.
Tree Removal Ayrshire
No matter the size of your tree we will be able to safely remove and take your tree. Tree removal services usually include a site and safety inspection so that we can give an accurate quote. Send us a picture of the tree for removal and that will give us a rough idea of when we can fit you in.
Regular Tree Maintenance
As with our other gardening services we can tend to your tree or trees on a regular basis as a services on its own or as part of our full garden maintenance plan. Give us a call to discuss your requirements.
Tree Surgery Tips
Cherry or plum trees are popular in many gardens and they are relatively easy to care for – but there are some tips and times when you might need an expert in tree surgery rather than risk doing it yourself.
For starters, the best time to prune a cherry or a plum tree is late June to mid-August. This makes it different to other fruit trees such as apples and pears and there’s a good reason for it – cherries and plums are known as ‘stone fruits’ because the fruit has a stone in the middle rather than pips like apples or pears.
Why this is relevant for tree care is that they are susceptible to two nasty tree diseases – Bacterial Canker and Silver Leaf disease, a type of fungal infection. Both of these can kill the entire tree in worst case scenarios and often kill off areas of branches which can lead to tree instability.
In fact, pruning these kinds of trees can be tricky which is why often people call in tree surgeons. Pruning these trees in the wrong way can weaken the whole tree or leave it vulnerable to disease. The aim should always be to keep a strong branch structure, and this can be tricky as plums in particular often grow long, thin branches that are weak and can easily break.