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Re: dead limbs in weeping willow


Re : dead limbs in weeping willow -- Michelle
Posted by Newt , Sep 06,2005,22:51    Top of Thread   Forum

Hi Michelle,

These trees drop lots of litter, including twigs and limbs. Prune dead wood any time. The best time to prune live wood is in early autumn through early spring. Here's how to prune.
http://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/pubs/howtos/ht_prune/prun001.htm

Newt


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