SPRING 2020 

If you are a hedge or tree customer and you need something dropped off, or some type of assistance during these tough times, don't hesitate to call me for help:  without contact. 613 829-7548 cell phone 613-612-1005

There is a plant called Mullein, or Lamb's Ear or Verbascum Thapsus.  It is a plant that helps alot with lung issues.  I've been pushing it on friends and customers for 10 years or more.  It can be drunk in a tea.  It is out in the fields, woods and empty lots right now.  It is a biennel and so it alive and well and already fully grown right now.  Here is a picture of it in it's two forms  you can drink it as a tea.  some native groups used to smoke it to get it right in there.  It consistently helps people with "old coughs" and lung issues.  It is well known by herbalists to be traditionally used for the lungs.  This plant is always available iin the wild.  Go get it.  Avoid stores but still find  help  maybe... herbal medicine has been there for us for thousands of years.   



It is now March 16th, 2020.  The COVID 19 virus is seizing up our world.   High dose vitamin C and D have been recommended based on findings from Wuhan.  These days, avoiding other people is key so I offer this little known advice, something you can aquire without going to a store:  EASTERN WHITE PINE NEEDLE TEA. It has alot of vitamin C.

PINE NEEDLE TEA, get it in your yard or in the woods, free, everywhere, no contact with others necessary.

I'm not saying this is a cure.  at all.  but it's action with reference to  flus, mucous and respiratory problems coupled with it's high vitamin C content,  could help.  Make sure you find the right type of Pine tree:

Eastern White Pine, or 5-needle pines, are safe to consume UNLESS YOU ARE PREGNANT.  Don't overdo it with the tea because too much can affect your health too.  Find out more for yourself.  I am a hedge trimmer, no expert, but I feel compelled to let everyone know about Eastern White Pine needle tea.  It is abundant, free and just steep, chopped needles in water as you would any tea, and strain out the bits.  Maybe, getting more vitamin C will help.  Good luck. 

MULLEIN and PINE NEEDLE TEA are ready to be tried for free, everywherel  Look them up for yourself.  No lag no ordering no paying., no stores  Free and abundant vitamin C.  

Crabapple  tree before thinning and shaping

Crabapple tree thinned and shaped

Winter 2020 Pruning and shaping  trees  all winter long

Ice Storm and Heavy Snow Damage :Cleanup and Tree Repair. Winter storms will often break branches and parts of your trees.  This doesn't mean your tree has to come down.  It just needs some work.  I will get up in your tree and trim up damaged areas, removing limbs where needed.   I also clean up branches that have fallen in your yard.

Ornamental trees (crabapple, apple and other fruit trees) thinned out of suckers, congestion and deadwood, can then be reduced, balanced and shaped.  Full cleanup included in every job.  

Larger Deciduous trees, (maple, linden, locust, birch etc.) I remove deadwood (dead branches, if not removed, will wick moisture into the healthy parts of a tree and spread the rot).  I remove extra branches and suckers from overgrown and congested trees.  A good thinning will improve the health and appearance of your trees.  Call Chris for a free estimate.  613-829-7548

call Chris at 613 829-7548 for a free estimate. 

Winter Shrub Work.  Transform your shaggy shrub, this winter.  




Cedar, yew and juniper shrub and hedge sculptures and relief carved hedges available. after consultation and preliminary sketches,  Each of these sculpted hedges is unique and needs to be trimmed annually.   Call me with any questions you may have.  These hedges can be trimmed in winter too.







2019  You'll find some of my paintings at the Presse Cafe, 1545 Carling avenue in Ottawa closed for now


Commissions, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Carving, any and all types of creative projects.   Hedge carving and shrubsculpture design and creation.  call me.  Thanks, Chris  Pomeroy613-829-7548

This is my son, Luke Pomeroy, doing some wicked kayaking in 2019.