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Fall pruning isn’t for every plant

April 28, 2014
By KATHLEEN EVANOFF , Tribune Chronicle

When summer is over and cold weather is on its way, we often take to the garden with our pruning sheers and loppers and get to cleaning up before the snow falls. But not everything needs to be pruned in the fall. In fact, many plants do better if pruned in spring, before or right around the time new growth starts appearing.



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