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Tree and Gardening Services, Serving Residential and Commercial Properties Throughout Connecticut

At Ornamentals LLC we have a passion for pruning challenging and difficult trees, the "Cousin It" of your yard. Our team of professionals can help transform your Gardens, bringing back the beauty and health of your trees and transforming the aesthetics of your property. While pruning ornamental trees and shrubs is our specialty, our team is knowledgeable about the native species of Connecticut and non-native species which thrive here.  We provide a wide range of competent landscaping services for both residential and commercial properties. 

We’re a team of fully certified professionals who tackle everything from complex projects to simpler operations. Installations of complex landscape architecture plans to weekly weeding to planting trees to deadheading flowers or sweeping the patio for the next cocktail party.   Fueled by our commitment to excellence and desire for healthy plants and happy clients, we go the extra mile to make sure clients are completely satisfied with our work. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation.

Nicholson Willard

My grandmother taught me from an early age how to prune trees and shrubs from her own garden. Today I carry on her expert knowledge as we bring form, function and beauty to trees throughout Connecticut.

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About Us

Connecticut's  Premier Tree and Gardening Service 

Our Goal

To build better landscapes through proper maintenance and sound modern techniques. Pruning trees+shrubs, and tending annuals+perennials can be stressful when you are uncertain of what should and should not be trimmed. Our team is familiar with all types of New England trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals and pride ourselves on providing services that help clean up and promote healthy landscapes. Our team is dedicated to plant health pruning, meaning we prune for form, function, beauty and the improved health of your specimen. We  combine formal pruning techniques and crown thinning cuts leading to a balanced plant. Connecticut lies within USDA Zone 5a-b.

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