1. First picture is what I think is a Pfitzer Juniper. I have about 20 common areas to estimate for an HOA. They have not done shrub pruning in a few years according to the property manager. How would you prune it. I have never had a need to prune this type of spreading juniper in the past so not sure how to handle this. There are several common areas where these junipers are sticking out into the road or sidewalks. It would take to long to selectively prune back the long branches to shape it up. I was thinking about using long articulating hedge trimmers. Other option is use chain saw by the cars area and final trim with articulating hedge trimmer. Thinking about only trimming the side where the bush sticks out into the road and leave the rest alone. What would you do and how long do you think it would take? It is about 50 long and 12' wide for the one in this picture. 2. 2nd picture is blue spruce where someone messed up the original cone shape. Property manager was asking about cutting the top flat. House across road has one that is cut flat on top and bottom of tree but not sure why. Would you cut it flat on top or just leave it as it is? 3. 3rd picture is another juniper by walkway that i thinking of trimming straight up and down on th sidewalk side and leaving the rest alone. How would you trim it.