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Why We Prune
How to Prune
When and Where to Prune
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ACTINIDIA AMPELOPSIS azaleas back new growth bark basal shoots bloom bonsai buds break bush CALAMONDIN CHOKEBERRY clean clip back clump cluster crop crotch crowded branches crown cultivars cut back cut them back deciduous dense develop drop-pruning Chapter dwarf early spring espalier-trained evergreen feet flowers fade foliage forsythia fruit trees garden gnarled ground growing season grown halfway head-back heavy pruning inches Japanese keep late lateral leaf leaves limbs look lopper low branching maintenance pruning maples MELALEUCA linariifolia old canes old wood oldest canes oldest wood ornamental Pepper-vine pinch back POSSUM-HAW produce Prune young pruning saw PRUNUS remove weak require root-pruning roots scaffold shape sharp spade Shear hedges shorten shrub side branches side shoots species specimens spread sprouts stems stubs suckers summer Prune tender thin three or four tips topiary trellis trim trunk twiggy twigs unbranched unpruned upright VIBURNUM vine well-spaced wire woody year-old young plants young trees