The climbing plants on either side of the house had been pruned back to size by a neighbor’s request, which unbalanced them.

For better recovery and future development, training pruning was applied.
So that bigogne and wisteria can start again on a healthy footing.

It’s a job that requires a study of the plant before the cutting action.
Each cut is important to ensure that the plant develops naturally and feels at its best when it wakes up.

PLAISIR VERT always takes the time to study the plant and its situation on a case-by-case basis in order to offer the right service.

We hope they’ll be ready to welcome birds’ nests again next spring.