Pruning made easy: a gardener's visual guide to when and how to prune everything, from flowers to trees

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Storey Pub., Dec 5, 1997 - Gardening - 217 pages
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Trusted nurseryman and author Lewis Hill helps readers overcome their fears with one of the most authoritative and complete pruning manuals available. Hill outlines the many reasons for pruning and explains the different methods used for each purpose. Over 300 two-color illustrations.

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Review: Pruning Made Easy: A gardener's visual guide to when and how to prune everything, from flowers to trees

User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

Easy to read diagrams and descriptions. Now to put it to use :) Read full review

Review: Pruning Made Easy: A Gardener's Visual Guide to When and How to Prune Everything, from Flowers to Trees (Storey's Gardening Skills Illustrated Series)

User Review  - Kami - Goodreads

Not my favorite of the ones I glanced at. All the pruning guides were drawings. Read full review

Contents

Reasons to Prune
1
Z Tools and Equipment
15
O Pruning Methods
23
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Lewis Hill has been a nurseryman for more than 55 years. He is the author of 15 books (half written in collaboration with his wife, Nancy Hill) that total more than 600,000 copies in print. Lewis's Secrets of Plant Propagation was selected by American Horticultural Society as one of its choices for the "75 Great Garden Books." The Hills live in Greensboro, Vermont, where Lewis's family has been living and farming for 200 years.

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