Dec 30, Pruning is important for maintaining the health and beauty of many plants in the garden. However, pruning can be confusing for many gardeners. Here are some answers to common pruning questions. When should I prune my plants? Winter is a good time for pruning many, but not all, plants in your landscape. In the winter, plants are Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Plants Remarks JANUARY Shade Trees: oak, hickory, beech, black gum, poplar, sycamore, ginkgo, etc.(Bleeder trees include: birch, dogwood, elm, maple, & styrax) Prune undesired and storm damaged limbs.
For “bleeder” trees, heavy pruning should be done during the coldest weather. For light pruning of bleeder trees (See July). Make cuts using the Branch Collar Method of bushfelling.buzzg: New Market. Sep 23, See the other publications in the Pruning Trees & Shrubs series to learn more: Before the Cut (AG) Tools to Make the Cut (AG) How to Prune Specific Plants (AG) This series is a revision of a previous publication: Powell, M.
A. Pruning Trees & Shrubs: A Guide for Grounds Managers (AG). Raleigh: NC State University Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins. Apr 24, Browse Pruning Trees & Shrubs.
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