Winter pruning deciduous fruit trees

December and January are the Months to Prune Your Deciduous Fruit Trees.

Pruning

Pruning can be intimidating — most people are afraid to make the wrong cut and hurt their favorite tree or shrub. The truth is, pruning will actually improve the health of your plants if done correctly, and our gardening experts can show you how to make all the right snips. We’ll show you how to properly prune everything from tree branches to flowers to fruits and more, plus specialty tips on topics like artistic topiary shaping. Count on our expert pruning advice for healthier plants that are shaped to fit your landscape and home.

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