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When Do I Prune My Tree?
Some say, “any time the tools are sharp.” Understanding how your tree will respond will help you make the best decisions for your tree. Generally speaking, the following guidelines apply: • Broken and dead branches and root suckers can and should be pruned any time of year. • Because most trees in Portland experience seasonal dormancy, pruning during the winter months encourages vigorous new growth in the spring without depriving the tree of actively photosynthesizing tissues. • Limited pruning is okay in summer. Keep in mind that pruning during the growing season removes leaf surface that is manufacturing food for next year’s growth. Light pruning will have little impact on future growth, but heavy pruning may slow or dwarf your tree’s growth. • Avoid pruning in spring to prevent damage to delicate young leaves and buds.
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