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soft fruit bed and it's a struggle to get to the strawberries. I know about the different fruiting habits of red and black currants and pruning them in the winter, but will it harm them (or next year's crop) if we trim back some of the soft new growth
If a laurel hedge has been heavily trimmed(Exposing bare wooden branches) will it ever recover?
I have heard of the saying "Don't prune box before Derby day', but what is the best time to do it. I want my box balls to get bigger. Should I leave them a month or so before trimming them? Hi, i'm sure i heard on tv last week , they said trim box a
Hello gardeners, this is a new site for me, and hoped you all might be able to help. when is the best time to trim rhododendrons ? Some of our have bloomed well this year but are too high and need to be cut back. I can see new buds on the old flower
The easiest way to trim established conifer hedges is by using a powered hedge-trimmer to give a regular, even finish. Quick-growing conifers will need about three cuts per year during the growing season, at roughly eight week intervals.Inspect your
Hi, if the conifers are very tall and they are cut to the desired height how much of the out lying branches can be cut back to create a manageable hedge, ie if trimmed back to far will it still grow back?
of brown at the ends. I don't want to lose all the curls! Do I cut off the totally brown stems at the base of the plant? Do I trim the brown ended ones back to the green? What shape should I finish up with? Many grasses still have the odd brown winter
Is it to late to cut back roses.I havent the heart now that they are sprouting again. In Scotland we have waited for weather to get better,now roses tall at top,should I leave well alone.Any advice wecome..
Whens the best time to shape my acre tree in my front garden? The tree is now full of new buds & leaves but last the tree looked very spindly. Lee - I would leave it if it was spindly last year. I think that you only prune acers if they have outgrown their space - I don't th...
it looks like improper trimming or it could be spider mites if they are the soft evergreen curse in the uk that thet are in nev. Yippee if you have to dig it out (OK it's hard work, but it's a marvellous work out and cheaper than the gym membership