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The Golden Rule to Pruning

The Golden Rule to Pruning
with Ron Wilson
Not all plants need to be pruned and not all plants need to be pruned every year. But if they do, the golden rule: If it flowers in the spring, prune it after its finished flowering / if it flowers in the summer or fall, prune it in the spring / prune evergreens late winter – early spring before new growth appears (a second trim could be done if needed after the new growth hardens off) / whole branch removal can be done pretty much anytime of the year. There are exceptions to the rule, if you have a question email us at questions@natorp.comGet more garden tips from Ron by Click Here!

 

 

 

 

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