Category Archives for Pruning

Training and Pruning Plants, Trees and Shrubs

Although many gardeners imagine that pruning is performed only on trees and shrubs, any removal of shoots, branches, flowers or other parts from a growing plant amounts to pruning, and many of the same underlying principles apply. In this part … Continue reading

29. July 2013 by admin
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Pruning Shrubs

The time for pruning flowering shrubs depends on their season of blooming, and whether the bloom is produced on the old or the new wood. Those shrubs which bear their flowers on the current year’s shoots, may be cut hard … Continue reading

05. June 2013 by admin
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Pruning Different Types of Roses

The natural way for most roses to grow is to send up new shoots each year, ideally from or from near the base, and for the old shoots gradually to die back. You can see this happening with wild roses … Continue reading

07. September 2011 by admin
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Expert Advice for Garden Pruning

Garden Pruning Sensible garden pruning benefits both plant and gardener, but injudicious pruning can be disastrous. If a forsythia hedge is pruned at the wrong time, for instance, the result the following spring can be plenty of leaves but no … Continue reading

10. September 2010 by admin
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