Every year when the first cool front of October rolls in I get lots and lots of questions about pruning their landscape and house plants. For years I have enjoyed shaping plants while picturing what they will look like next year or after several years have passed. This week I have gone into my daunting […]
If you’re knee-deep in snow can spring be far behind? The snow went away, the sun came out and we got busy. It’s time to get things done. Nelson Magee likes for his yaupon hollies to look good all the time. They were getting a bit shaggy. We practice a modified version of “cloud pruning” […]
Using Bonsai techniques to prune and shape overgrown shrubs and trees in the landscape
I have always thought that a good landscape design should provide pleasing views from the inside out as well as just from the outside.