Amateur Gardening

How to prune in autumn

AUTUMN and winter, when the sap has retreated deep down the trunks of deciduous trees and they have lost their leaves, is when you give most of them a trim.

There are exceptions (see p5) but most of them can be cut back during these dormant days without harming them. If we were

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