When to Prune Magnolia?

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The pruning of the magnolia is best done once the blooming is completed. The best time of pruning them is when they become dormant. Pruning magnolia trees will, however, vary because there are varieties of magnolia trees and some may not need pruning in each season.
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1. Inspect the tree branches for signs of rot, bark loss and excessive moss. Cut those branches away from the tree at the trunk with a tree saw. Take care not to cut into the trunk
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After it has bloomed in the spring or while the weather is still cold in late winter - before the sap begins to travel to the branches. Make clean cuts, but, be aware that when you
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Unless you're a pro, it's unwise to undertake major pruning of a big tree yourself. Climbing around in a big tree without a safety harness could kill you, and using a chainsaw up
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Try not to prune mature magnolia trees unless they really have outgrown their allotted space. Established trees need little pruning. If planting a new magnolia, place it where it
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1. Understand the growing pattern of the magnolia. Pruning should only be done on younger, immature trees. A mature magnolia should not be pruned at all because ...
1. Understand the growing pattern of the magnolia. Pruning should only be done on younger, immature trees. A mature magnolia should not be pruned at all because ...
Evergreen magnolias usually require minimal pruning and rarely need annual pruning maintenance. Overzealous branch tip pruning removes tissues that produce flowers ...
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