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Landscaping Tips - Pruning

Great landscaping tip for pruning and healthier happier plants. For more great landscaping tips visit www.thelandscaperenovator.com

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  1. Tree Pruning Techniques

    Here's how to prune your tree without taking a big swath of tree bark along with it. Safely remove midsized branches for a healthier, better looking tree . It's as simple as 1-2-3.

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