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Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Orchard Living Room
Ideabooks11,650
Questions19
Madagascar Dragon Tree, bright light. Prune top and don't let stand in water.
when possible — do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot. Tips: To control the height and create a bushier plant, simply prune the top. You can grow a new plant from a cutting by dipping the cutting in rooting hormone and placing it in water; in a few weeks, two new stems will
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DC Residences
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considerations: Size: The fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 12 feet high and 6 feet wide; therefore at some point you may need to prune it — though keep your pruning shears packed away, as this is not a fast-growing plant. If you’re looking for a large tree to fill a particular space, it would be wise
Other Considerations Size: The fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 12 feet high and 6 feet wide; therefore at some point you may need to prune it — though keep your pruning shears packed away, as this is not a fast-growing plant. If you’re looking for a large tree to fill a particular space, it would be wise
•Size: The fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 12 feet high and 6 feet wide; therefore at some point you may need to prune it — though keep your pruning shears packed away, as this is not a fast-growing plant. If you’re looking for a large tree to fill a particular space, it would be wise
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Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Blue Atlas Cedar Fence
Ideabooks311
Questions2
haven't had to do trimming on them yet. But, when I do, I will prune them before the new growth starts in the spring. Here in Charlotte, zone 8a, that will be late February/early March, but may be different for your area. They are easy to prune, just do it as you would most other trees or shrubs.
foliage of a Crimson Queen Japanese maple or a purple smoke bush. It is a slow grower but can eventually become quite large, so some training and pruning will be
foliage of a Crimson Queen Japanese maple or a purple smoke bush. It is a slow grower but can eventually become quite large, so some training and pruning will be necessary. I created a living fence in my garden using five of these weepers trained along a horizontal pole. It's a wonderful backdrop for
“Garden 'wall' accented with purple Japanese Iris.” — belcst
Gardening with Confidence®
1 Review
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Ideabooks28
Questions0
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or shrub to better adapt. Water the soil well the day before root pruning. Prune out from the trunk a 10- to 12-inch-diameter root ball for every inch of trunk diameter. Thus, a 2-inch-diameter trunk will be root pruned about 2 feet from the trunk. Using a flat spade, begin cutting a trench
transplanting: it’s best to root prune this month and transplant 30 days (or more) later. This allows woody ornamentals a chance to recuperate before being transported to their new location. Root pruning stimulates small feeder roots near the trunk. These new roots will
the tree or shrub to better adapt. Water the soil well the day before root pruning. Prune out from the trunk a 10- to 12-inch-diameter root ball for every inch of trunk diameter. Thus, a 2-inch-diameter trunk will be root pruned about 2 feet from the trunk.Using a flat spade, begin cutting a trench about
“pre buy these for late october planting.” — Maria Margenot
Huettl Landscape Architecture
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B Willow Spring
Ideabooks3,386
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g flower beds that rise up from a path, creating a green, enveloping corridor. Small steps cut into the bank will give you access for weeding and pruning.
2. Build a banked border. Most plants are just as happy growing on slopes as in level beds, so try constructing flower beds that rise up from a path, creating a green, enveloping corridor. Small steps cut into the bank will give you access for weeding and pruning.
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Murphy & Co. Design
5 Reviews
The Gatehouse
Ideabooks4,267
Questions8
Weeping and contorted trees, as well as appropriately pruned Japanese maples, can add an unexpected dose of implied movement to your garden. Picture the conifers that cling to the rocky ocean cliffs of the Pacific
handpicked, not ordered from Internet sources, because each tree has its unique shape. Taking this step can save you years of training, shaping and pruning.
PlantsWeeping and contorted trees, as well as appropriately pruned Japanese maples, can add an unexpected dose of implied movement to your garden. Picture the conifers that cling to the rocky ocean cliffs of the Pacific
handpicked, not ordered from Internet sources, because each tree has its unique shape. Taking this step can save you years of training, shaping and pruning.
“síkba illeszkedő szemöldökfa” — bodpeter
Dayne Keating
Red
Ideabooks5,286
Questions4
the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the base of the plant to keep it looking neat and trim, but do not prune. Toxicity: Nontoxic.
the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the base of the plant to keep it looking neat and trim, but do not prune. Toxicity: Nontoxic.Origin: Native to rain forests in southern Mexico and Guatemala.
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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Richland, OR: Robert and Linda
Ideabooks159
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one pear per spear and a minimum of 6 inches between each piece of fruit. Pruning: Prune at the end of the dormant season. You’ll need to be vigilant, as the trees are enthusiastic growers. You might need to do summer pruning for European pears. Both types of pears grow straight up to start; European
a narrow angle to encourage an open center. Hanging light weights on the limbs will help train the branches to spread outward rather than upward. Prune yearly to shape the trees and keep the centers open. Remove dead and dying branches, suckers and waterspouts. Cut back older branches to encourage new
to eradicate. Start with a disease-resistant variety. If you see affected branches, cut them back well beyond the infected area and disinfect your pruning tools between each cut. Pests include pear psylla and codling moth. Harvest: Harvesting European pears at the right time, with the exception of ‘Seckel’
“Like pears but could live without a tree. A possibility...” — Heather Garrison
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