Tree trimming or tree pruning in Texas is generally best when done after temperatures cool off in the fall and before buds begin to grow in the spring. Removal of dead, broken, or damaged limbs can be done anytime. The worst time to trim a tree is in the spring just after it has budded out.
One of the most important things you can do for your live oak tree is to prune it regularly. This will help to keep it healthy and promote new growth. When pruning, be sure to remove any dead or dying branches. You should also trim back any branches that are rubbing against each other. This can cause damage and lead to disease. Pruning your live oak tree can be dangerous for inexperienced homeowners and may lead to further tree health problems.
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