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PRUNING AND TRAINING TREES
chapter 5 MAINTAINING HEDGES
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5cm 2in allotted space Amelanchier lamarckii apical buds attractive autumn back the previous basal shoots base Buddleia buds bush bushy canes clear stem clear trunk clip compact congested conifers cordons cotoneasters cut back cut back hard deadhead deciduous dormant dwarf early spring early summer espaliers evergreen flowers foliage following spring Forsythia framework fruit garden ground level hardy hedgetrimmer height horizontal late spring late summer late winter leading shoot leaves main stem mid-spring mid-summer mild areas need no routine normally old wood Ornamental Plants point of origin previous year's growth prune back pruning is required regular pruning remove require no routine rootstock roses routine pruning Rubus cockburnianus season shape shears shoots back shoots growing shoots produced shorten shrub shrubby sideshoots small tree species spread spring before pruning stem in three straggly tall three Technique tips trained tree surgeon trim twiggy usually grown varieties vigorous wall woody young shoots