Plants grow in many different ways and knowing how they grow can help you understand where you can prune them.
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Timing your pruning is important so not only will you see the plant flower, but also so your plant can stay healthy by completing its biological process and not become "confused" when to flower. Pruning not only stresses a plant because it has lost part of what it has grown for a season up to many years, but when you prune during extreme weather, hot or cold, wet or dry, it can heighten that pruning stress. This can lead to plants having more dieback than normal or a complete loss of most or all of the plant.
It might seem a little weird, but using the right tools to prune your plants can make them stronger, because they can heal quicker with cleaner cuts and tools that are made for specific uses to cleanly remove stems, branches, and trunks.
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