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Pruning Ornamental Shrubs

Ann Marie VanDerZanden

Understand how plants grow, why pruning is necessary, and which tools to use to remove the mystery surrounding this routine horticulture practice.

Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 03/2004
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