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