How Do You Prune an Olive Tree?

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To prune an olive tree, wait until early spring. Using shears or saws, prune dead wood starting from the lower part of it. Prune any downward branches and any braches that prevent you from seeing the sun. You should paint the biggest cuts so as to prevent pests or diseases from affecting your plant.
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1. Wait until early spring and prune your olive trees beginning low at the base of the trees rather than the upper branches. Olives are notorious for prodigious growth of suckers
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1. Find branches that are at least a year old above the Y-junction of the stem of the angel tree by looking for their thick, splitting stems. 2. Cut old branches at the base, close
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1. Remove dead or broken leaves by using a sharp knife to slice them off at the main cane. Sharp gardening scissors will work to remove the growth from smaller yucca. 2. Cut the flower
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To prune an olive tree, wait until early spring. Using shears or saws, prune dead wood and the tree starting from the lower part of it. Prune any downward branches or any branches that prevent you from seeing the sun. You should paint the biggest cuts so as to prevent pests or diseases from affecting your plant.
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