We took advantage of the warmer temperatures this week and crept outside to trim some shrubs and trees in the landscaping around the clubhouse, halfway house and entrance.  This is a good practice to prevent plants from over growing and ensuring they keep a proper shape.

This patch of junipers near the putting green was overgrown and the time had come to trim it back.

Here is a picture after the junipers had been trimmed.  Not only will this ensure a plant that looks they way it is supposed to, it will allow more sunlight and air into the canopy which will make a healthier plant.  We will be working our way through all of the landscaping as the weather provides us favorable conditions for outside work.
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