The Pruning Specialist
In order to be a successful gardener you have to know how to prune - whether to improve growth, increase fruiting qualities or to enable the plant to grow in space-restricted areas or cold environments. This practical book provides advice on pruning garden plants, from infancy to maturity.
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A-Z OF PRUNING Additionally apples back lateral shoots bear flowers bear fruits branches bush roses canes congested shoots conifers create cut back lateral cut out dead cut out old damaged deciduous development of fresh early spring early summer early winter encourage the development ensure evergreen Floribunda Floribunda roses flowers fade framework garden shears ground level growing grown growth Hedera canariensis Hedera colchica hedges Hybrid Tea Jasminum nudiflorum late autumn late spring late summer leading shoot leaves Ligustrum ovalifolium Little pruning ln late winter Lonicera nitida mid-spring mid-summer nectarines occasionally cutting old stems old wood PLANTING AND PRUNING produced flowers pruning is needed pruning is required PRUNING SHRUBS ramblers regular pruning remove roots season secateurs to cut shape sharp secateurs shoots in spring shrubs sideshoots soon spur-bearing straggly shoots Tamarix Taxus baccata tips topiary TREES AND CLIMBERS trim twiggy types Wall shrub whitecurrants winter or early wires