Now let’s talk about pruning. For the most part pruning should be done in the Fall. This is the time that the majority of shrubs and trees are ending their growth period and entering into dormancy. There are, however, a few varieties and situations where pruning should wait until the Spring. Radical non-selective pruning, such as cutting back a shrub to the ground or significantly cutting back a hedge, should wait until the Spring. This kind of pruning can stimulate new growth which may freeze in the cold months ahead.
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