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RE: Pruning

assuming that you have a deciduous magnolia, of which most varieties set the
flower buds in the fall, the best thing to do would be to prune them in the
spring after they bloom but before the leaves push out.  if you prune in the
fall or winter you would lose a lot of flowers, if the tree budded properly.
if there are no large flower buds at the tips of the branches then you can
go ahead and start sawing now.

Community Garden Coordinator
Atlanta Community Food Bank
970 Jefferson Street, NW
Atlanta, GA  30318

-----Original Message-----
From: WitchyWoman18765@cs.com [mailto:WitchyWoman18765@cs.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2001 1:29 PM
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject: [cg] Pruning

I need to know when is the right time and how is the best way to trim our 
Magnola Bush?  It has become very over grown compared to the rest of the 
landscaping in front of our home.  We live near Akron-Canton, Ohio in 
Minerva.  Thank YOU!

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