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Re: Well...it's cold!!! What is the best time to prune?

From: "Bonnie Holmes" <holmesbm@usit.net>
...Some plants stand only a little punning, such as
...cotoneasters.....(From Fine Gardening Feb. 2006)

Just had to comment on this. Here in my yard I've cut cotoneasters to the ground and they just come back. Decidedly vigorous, to the point I won't plant them again. The only ones that didn't do well were the little ones with tiny leaves.
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