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RE: It's over!/compost now pruning

HA! I have been looking at this tree all winter while it is leave bare....
trying to decide how I should prune it this spring (ok, very soon). 

Seems I always pick the wrong branches even after looking at it all winter
and reviewing the sites on pruning....

Wish I could have joined you yesterday Zem...

Hum... maybe I should take a picture of it and you guys could guide me thru
it! :)

> Yesterday the president of our MG group, a retired professor in
> horticulture, invited us to his home for a pruning demonstration.  It was
> so
> much fun, and I learned a whole lot.  It was also a great day to be
> outside
> (low 60'2 and windy), but it was warm in the sun.
> I am one of those people who has to be constantly re-educated on pruning
> techniques. :-)
>  zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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