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May 17, 2012

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Pruning Indeterminate vs. Determinate Tomatoes | Posted on: August 26, 2012

Pruning Indeterminate vs. Determinate Tomatoes Tomato pruning is often an essential task when it comes to growing tomatoes.  As the plants become established and start to take off, they frequently grow out of control.  Suckers will start growing from the base.  Extra stocks will form in less than ideal areas and problems will arise.  When [...]

How To Prune Knockout Roses | Posted on: August 14, 2012

How to Prune Knock Out Roses With it’s recent surge in popularity the question of how to prune knock out roses often arises. As knock out roses are shrubs, they are typically very easy to prune.  However, after initial planting, it is commonly advised to wait a year before pruning.  This gives the plant time [...]

When to Prune Roses | Posted on: August 8, 2012

When to Prune Roses Just the though of pruning roses causes many people to cringe.  However, this is a vital task for the health of your rose bushes and will promote bigger more vibrant roses in the future.  For most people this skill will take time to master and each seasons improvement will occur through [...]

How to Prune Roses | Posted on: July 26, 2012

How to Prune Roses Pruning roses can be simple, however it needs to be performed consistently to develop the beautiful roses that you’re looking for.  It’s common that as people are pruning roses, they simply lop off the top half of the bush.  This is better than not pruning at at all, but can certain [...]

How to Prune Grape Vines for Great Gardening Outcome | Posted on: May 17, 2012

Just when you thought that trees are the only plant species viable for pruning, think again; vines also need the same gardening procedure for them to grow in a healthy state. Unlike trees old branches of vines can be a total ground mess and getting rid of them is a must. You don’t have to [...]

Basic Tips on How to Prune Apple Trees for Beginners | Posted on: May 17, 2012

If you want to have a good plant breed where you can have various benefits except from the shade, apple trees are always a good option. The problem with planting trees is the plant may consume a lot of space as soon as it reaches a mature state, which could be a problem especially if [...]

Tips for how to prune roses | Posted on: May 17, 2012

For first time trimmers, how to prune roses can be quite intimidating. However, it is necessary to prune rose bushes so that they grow in a healthy and glowing flourish. Here are some easy guidelines on how to prune a roses: Use clean, sharp pruning tools. Always start pruning from the base of the rose [...]

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How to Prune Tomato Plants | Posted on: May 17, 2012

The natural vigor and hardiness of tomatoes ensures a successful and bountiful harvest. However, the rapid and shooting growth of a healthy tomato plant can sometimes lead to problems. Why prune tomato plants? Tomatoes, especially healthy ones, can grow sprawling into the ground, thus occupying a significant space of your garden. Pruning tomatoes can help [...]

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Guide to Pruning Knockout Roses | Posted on: May 17, 2012

Guid to how to prune knockout roses Roses are the most common flower bearing shrubs and are associated with various emotions. Present in almost every occasion, roses is already a staple in every gardener’s lot. While a lot of rose species are difficult to grow, knock out roses are one of the few species which [...]

Gardening 101: How to Prune Hydrangeas | Posted on: May 17, 2012

Hydrangeas are flower bearing plants common in Asian countries such as China and Japan. However, exportation of these plants species went all the way to the western countries, where the temperature and soil are favorable for their growth. Though they can still produce flowers with little attention, pruning them makes them a better ornamental plant [...]