Les Arbres Tree Service & Fine Gardening
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Les Arbres arborists and horticulturalists have been in the tree care and gardening business for over 45 years. Ours is a personalized service business. Discerning residential and commercial property owners who hire Les Arbres are making a decision to retain a family of experts with extensive academic training and decades of experience. We take an artistic approach to design that reflects our deep abiding love of trees and plants. We’ve come to think of ourselves as “custodians of nature.” We zealously care for a discerning clientele who value our company’s knowledge, experience and commitment to customer service.

Unlike many professional tree care, garden and landscape companies, Les Arbres approaches each property with a sense of community. Our family-owned firm enjoys the stability of career personnel — talented professionals tend to remain within our organization for long periods of time. Our staff uses every opportunity to enrich their individual knowledge and expertise. Team members share their experience and have deep respect and affection for their fellow employees.

We pay particular attention to the art of listening. We listen to our clients’ ideas, dreams and unique points of view about their home, landscape and property. We strive for excellence in our work at every opportunity, so it’s not surprising that we attract gifted, reliable professionals.

Les Arbres arborists and horticulturalists are problem-solvers. Each member of our team — the designers, installation specialists, maintenance experts and others — has cross-disciplinary skills that guide and enrich our decision-making process. Every member of our team possesses inherent knowledge — of music, art, history, literature and philosophy — that extends far beyond the formal boundaries of their job description.

We utilize wide-ranging knowledge in our work, creating solutions within each landscape that are inspired and informed. We work together and in conjuction with our clients to build and maintain a free-flowing exchange of concepts, principles and processes. Together we achieve more than any one of us could achieve alone — a concept we embrace for ourselves, for our company, and for our clients.

Services Provided
Hedge Trimming, Mulching, Stump Removal, Tree Planting, Tree Pruning, Tree Removal, Wood Chipping, Fine Pruning, Landscape Design, Landscape Installation, Landscape Construction, Gardening, Garden Installation, Garden Maintenance, Property Maintenance, Fruit Tree Pruning, Orchard Pruning, Ornimental Pruning

Areas Served
Bethel, Brewster, Cannondale, Cross River, Danbury, Easton, Fairfield, Georgetown, Greens Farms, Greenwich, Hawleyville, New Canaan, Newtown, North Salem, North Stamford, Norwalk, Peach Lake, Pound Ridge, Poundridge, Redding, Redding Center, Ridgefield, Scotts Corners, South Salem, Southport, Stamford, Waccabuc, Weston, Westport, Wilton, Katonah, Darien, Noroton, Old Greenwich, Cos cob, Rye, Lewisboro, Rowayton, Fairfield County

Certifications and Awards
Certified Arborist (Connecticut & ISA), Certified Turf & Ornimental, C.T.P.A. 2018 "Award of Merit"
2018 HOBI Award -
"Best Amenity: Gardens & Legacy Trees"
Exceptional Landscape Design & Construction in Fairfield County

Contact: Les Lewis
Location: P.O. Box 895
Georgetown, CT 06829
License Number: S-1519,S-5640,HIC-0644976
Commented: Bradford Pear Pruning Well that is a false attempt of pollarding...luckily that kind of work is on a Bradford Pear, they grow like weeds and are extremely brittle. Hopefully those get removed and a better plant (aesthetica...
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Commented: Flowering Tree Suggestion Have you considered a Stewartia? Beautiful trees, branches grow on 45 degree angles and have beautiful flowers in late spring/early summer. Also, an attractive future all year is the bark.
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Commented: New Boxwood Pruning I agree with the light pruning, it is very important to let the boxwoods establish. When you do get to pruning avoid using shears of any kind, the best pruning is with handsnips. It takes more time bu...
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Commented: can I prune a quercus robur (english oak) without killing it You can absolutely prune it. Begin by filling out all deadwood and then work select suckers and onto crossing branches and prune for structure. Be sure not to take too much and 'lion tail' your branch...
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Commented: Pruning Fruit Trees Take at our apple orchard pruning, if it's up your ally we are happy to give advice and tips!
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Commented: Pruning hornbeams It is important when pruning to maintain a 'cant'. Simply put, you want the top to be pruned slightly inward (not apparent to the eye) so that light can penetrate the trees from top to bottom and also...
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