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“Pruning Techniques” Seminar

It’s that time of the year to get out the shears, clippers, and loppers to tidy up the garden.  What is your pruning technique?  Do you just whack away with no finesse?  Do you analyze each cut to death?  Or are you just too scared of killing the plants by pruning them wrong so you don’t prune at all?

Most of us are somewhat hesitant about pruning because we worry about doing it the wrong way.  Trust me, it’s actually pretty simple as long as you keep a few tips in mind.  So join me on Saturday, March 23, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., and I’ll teach you those tips.  Be sure to bring a chair.

Some of the plants we’ll talk about are roses, fruit trees, shrubs (evergreen and deciduous), bulbs, and spring-flowering plants.  Got a certain plant you want to talk about at the seminar?  Let me know about it and I’ll add it to the list.  Oh, yes, we will definitely talk about how not to commit “crape murder” on your Crape Myrtles.

Gibbs and I look forward to seeing you there.  Happy digging in the dirt…

Jeanni and Gibbs

2 thoughts on ““Pruning Techniques” Seminar

  1. I do not see a time for this purning seminar? Please email me with the time it will start and end. Thank you. Rnupp

    1. Hi there.

      The seminar is from 1:00 – 3:00. Be sure to bring a chair.

      Thanks.

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