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How to Prune Plants

Pruning plants can create some uncertainty but depending on what type of plant you are dealing with will determine how to prune, doing some research on the specific type of plant you have will help in understanding your plant pruning needs. It is very unlikely that you will kill the plants even if you do ...

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Do You Prune Tomato Plants?

Pruning trees and vines is done without a thought, but how about your tomato plants? Well, you should if you want your plant to be healthy and produce better fruit. You don’t actually need to prune determinate plants, or at least not very much. It is the indeterminate tomato plants that should be pruned back. ...

Guidelines for Orchid Pruning

Orchid pruning is one of the fundamental aspects of looking after orchids. It is key for you to prune your orchids once they have blossomed so that they continue flowering strong, handsome flowers and new growth. For beginners, this undertaking may appear frightening. But keeping to the steps below, this practice will be painless for ...

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How to Prune a Plum Tree

Why You Need to Prune Your Plum Tree Unpruned plum trees produce smaller fruit and less fruit in general. Pruning your plum tree keeps it a manageable size for harvesting plums and helps minimize insects and disease. Pruning young plum trees trains their branches to develop into good, well-spaced branches. It is particularly important to ...

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Pruning Your Garden Plants for Beginners

When to prune, how to prune, where to prune? There’s no other task that strikes fear into the heart of most amateur gardeners as does the subject of pruning plants. Yet successful pruning can be among the most satisfying of garden tasks, because the results can be spectacular. Pruning done correctly yields abundant flowers, foliage ...

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When to Prune Rose Bushes

Roses are a symbol of love, beauty and fragrance. There are 169 species of roses from Alaska to northern Africa. In ancient Rome roses were used as confetti. Perfume was also made from rose petals. Rose bushes are an asset to any garden. In order to encourage a multitude of blooms and new growth roses ...

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When to Prune Spring Flowers

Pruning spring flowers can be a lot of fun and the results of your hard work can be magnificent; it does takes practice and time, plus it is really good for the future growth of the Spring Flowers. The chances that you will kill the Spring Flowers is highly unlikely even if you do not ...

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How to Prune Rose Bushes

Pruning Roses Roses can grow fast in warm climates; do not neglect to prune your roses on a timely schedule. Removing dead and deformed canes leaves the healthy part of the rose to produce beautiful rose blooms. When to Prune: Prune roses after the last frost in your area. Months include January -April. Check your ...

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How to Prune a Cherry Tree

Cherry trees, even when pruned well and kept in perfect condition, only live for about 20 years. Their delicate nature is one of many reasons to keep cherry trees pruned properly. Why you Ned to Prune your Cherry Tree Unpruned cherry trees produce smaller fruit and less fruit in general. Pruning your cherry tree keeps ...

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Simple Tips for Growing Beautiful Roses

There are few people who can resist the allure of roses. Their beauty in shape and form can only be surpassed by their intoxicating fragrance. But these garden beauties come with a notorious reputation for being difficult to grow. And while roses do require a little extra TLC, your efforts will be well rewarded. So ...