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Dec 28, Pruning- it’s a hot topic in landscaping, and honestly, everyone’s got an opinion on it. Some pruning purists claim that winter pruning is often revered as the best time to prune your plants, while others claim that pruning is an ongoing battle that knows no seasonal bushchopping.pw: Landcrafters. The winter is the best time to prune, shape and prepare the plant for growth in the spring.

The reason being is you can easily see what shape the plant is in. The first thing to do is cut out any dead, diseased, crossing branches. Leave any branches that are part of the integrity of the tree. Hi, Deborah: Thanks for this excellent question. FWIW, what you describe sounds less like pruning and more like tree work necessary for the sake of bushchopping.pw that as it may, most deciduous plants are dormant during winter and perfectly OK to actually prune to get rid of dead wood and encourage new growth in spring.

How dormant the tree is, or even whether it’s dormant at all, would depend on. A good rule of thumb is that if the plant blooms on new growth, it can be pruned in winter, before the new season’s growth begins and after the final bloom of the year.





Be careful with spring-blooming shrubs- those usually can’t be pruned in winter without damaging the flower buds and ruining the blooming bushchopping.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Sterilize pruning tools before every use, and in between uses on individual shrubs, by wiping them down with rubbing alcohol, household disinfectant, or a percent solution of household bleach.



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