Winter interest

As the seasons begin to change and winter interest moves to spring revival its time for a little reflection. We can still enjoy those small moments of magic when low winter light shines through the peeling bark of Acer and Birch trees and the brilliant red of the Cornus stems acts like a beacon at the bottom of the garden.

Different methods and reasons for pruning are just as important and just as rewarding. From simple cutting back of Salix and Cornus to more complex thinning and crown lifting of ornamental Birch, each application has its place and purpose.

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Published by rgbannister

Teaching about plants and the environment in some amazing places.

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