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Pruning Fruit Trees

Most pruning is done when the trees are dormant, in late winter or early spring. The safest and best time is just before the buds swell and the riskiest time is very late fall and early winter. Prune no late than four weeks before frost so that new growth has a chance to harden. Enjoy your fruit trees for beauty, flower & fruit by using the following instructions provided by the garden experts at Mori Gardens.

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Grape Vines, How To Prune For Fruit

Pruning grape vines can be a mystery. But if you remember that all grapes produce fruit on one-year old wood, you have taken the first step towards viticulture!

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Pruning Hydrangeas

There is always great confusion when it comes to pruning hydrangeas. Before you begin to prune your hydrangea you first need to know what type of hydrangea that you have.

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Pruning Roses

Many people, when pruning deciduous trees and shrubs, will just shear back the top of the plant to reduce the overall height of the plant, but this is only a part of proper pruning techniques. So what else is involved in pruning? What steps should be taken when starting to prune?

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