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By: John Cushnie
256 pages, Col illustrations
John Cushnie has been pruning plants for more years than he cares to remember. He now draws on those decades of experience to guide readers through techniques that will improve the quality and yield of fruit, flowers and foliage, encourage growth and point it in the right direction, extend the life of a plant, restrict size and produce desired shapes, whether elegant or wacky. With sections on when to prune; special treatments for old plants, young plants, hedges and trees; restraining rampant plants in the greenhouse or conservatory; detailed advice for more complicated groups such as roses, climbers and fruit, this is the guide that keen gardeners and beginners alike have been waiting for.
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