After the first flush of flowers in early summer, prune off
the old flowers to strong buds immediately below the old bloom, to encourage a second flush of flowers later in the summer.
Each year you can not only decorate the tree with outdoor lights, but also prune off
sprigs and branches to decorate inside, bringing indoors the fragrance of Christmas.
Her research had shown that when babies try to move but do not get the desired effect, their brains prune off
that particular motor pathway, leaving them forever disabled.
Make sure you prune off
any extended branches BEFORE moving to prevent damage.
Lift these and similar cold-tender tropical perennials, prune off
the dying and dead foliage, dry their roots in the sun, shake off the soil clinging to their roots and place them in a frost-free location in the attic or cellar.
After fruiting prune off
all the leaves from your Pineberries; it might seem drastic but it'll help them fruit next season.
the spent tip, but harvest the summer crop before removing the cane.
For plants that do get nipped, wait until March to prune off
damaged stems no matter how unsightly they look, because the dead foliage will provide insulation against future damage.
We prune off
most of the misshapen fruit early - the knobbly ones are very difficult to pick.
Try using them along the edges of a flowerbed or naturalised beneath a small tree or large shrub (carefully prune off
a couple of the lower most shrub branches to create extra space).
You'll need to prune off
affected shoots, pick up and destroy windfalls.
damaged or broken branches at the branch bark collar, which is the slightly larger portion of the branch where it connects to the trunk.
That's mostly a matter of training: As the tree grows, prune off
the lowest branches until those that remain are high enough to walk under.
Then take your tomato transplant and prune off
the lower leaves.
any affected branches during dry weather in the summer and coat the cut with a product such as Arbrex.