Why do we prune? As, pruning our trees and shrubs, which has several definitions. And consists essentially of removing the parts of the plant to improve health, the landscape effect or the value of the plant. Once you establish the objectives of pruning and some basic principles; as pruning is first and foremost a matter of common sense.
Moreover, you can reduce the need to prune, by selecting the right plant for the place. Plants that could grow too large for the site, are not entirely resistant; or become unsightly with age should be used wisely and kept to a minimum in the landscape plan.
Furthermore, advances in the improvement and selection of plants in the nursery industry provide a wide range of plants that require little or no pruning. However, even the most suitable garden plants often require pruning. Consequently, the guidelines in this publication should be a useful guide for pruning any plant.
So the pruning will be done for the following reasons:
– Shape the plant
– Maintain plant health
– Improve the quality of flowers, fruits, foliage or stems – Restrict growth
Having this in mind, remember that the application of trees refers to their particular role in a garden, and represents a complex combination of appearance and utility. With rare exceptions, trees are the key plant type within a garden; primarily because of their size and the amount of space they occupy relative to other types of plants. Reason why it’s important to maintain pruning practices to keep a healthy and functional garden.
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