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A-Z of Pruning During August

Here is the A-Z of things to prune, deadhead and train during the summer month of August. Prune Apple – Cordons, Fans and Espaliers – Shorten new growth. Buddleia alternifolia – Once the shrub has finished flowering you can cut back all the flowered stems. Ceanothus – Prune back after flowering by shortening all shoots […]

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A-Z of Things to Prune in June

A-Z of Pruning in June Here is your handy guide of what to prune in June (I’m a poet & I didn’t know it!).  As April was such a cold month many plants took a while to get going during May and as a result are still in catch up mode so you may have […]

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A-Z of February Pruning

The garden during February can be a chilly affair but pruning back trees and shrubs is sure to keep you warm and will also keep you garden in tip top shape. Here is your A-Z of things to prune in the garden during February. Apple – Prune in winter to keep tree size, shape and growth […]

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Things to Prune during January

I have found a marvellous A-Z of what to prune throughout the year so each month I’ll let you know what to prune! Apple trees – prune now to retain shape and size. Blackberry and Loganberry – cut all stems down to the ground. Buddleia Davidii – cut back hard to the main stem. Cornus […]

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