Magnolias. Oh, how they make the first weeks of spring shine! Coveted for their GORGEOUS flowers, these trees are staples in USDA growing zones 3-9.
Loving these trees and growing them are two different things though. Follow along as we
Gardeners often fall into one of two categories: either they LOVE pruning time every year ("It's cathartic!") or they HATE pruning time every year ("I think that tree can wait till next year.").
Unfortunately, it is part of the deal when you plant
Pruning hibiscus is not normally needed for the hardy hibiscus. Actually, these plants are herbaceous perennials, meaning their tops die down to the ground each winter, but new shoots will come roaring back into lush growth when soils warm the following
Pruning forsythia provides great benefits to the forsythia plant. Many times forsythia is pruned for cut flowers. Pruning a forsythia plant also helps keep the plant to a bushier growth habit. Pruning forsythia also promotes better flowering. A frequently
One of the primary problems faced by gardeners when growing cherry trees is that they do not understand how to prune a cherry tree properly. Pruning cherry trees plays an important role in ensuring proper growth and fruit production. Before growing