Proper pruning in a tree enhances the beauty of almost any tree and shrub in the landscape, while inadequate pruning can ruin or greatly reduce its landscape potential. In most cases, it is better not to prune than to do it incorrectly.
In nature, plants spend years with little or no pruning, but man can certainly ruin natures creation. By using inadequate pruning methods, as healthy plants often tend to weaken or deform.
<h2>Pruning In A Tree: A Natural Process</h2>
In nature, each plant is eventually goes under a natural pruning process in some way or another. It may be a simple matter of replacing low branches by higher branches. Resulting in the formation of a collar around the base of the branch that restricts the flow of moisture and nutrients. Besides, eventually the leaves wither and die and the branch falls in a wind or storm. Often, the new tender branches of small plants break, mostly by wild animals in their search for food.
In the long term, a plant that grows naturally as