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  • About
    Autumn is a busy season in the pruning calendar, the perfect time to remove old growth from plants that’ve been highly-productive in summer. As winter approaches many plants enter a period of dormancy - an ideal time to cut back without shocking plants.

    Discover how to take the headache out of pruning to get the best results from the plants in your garden in the final third part of our online Masterclass series, plus live Q&A with Associate Editor, David Hurrion.

    All registrants will be able to download a set of course notes and will also be sent a link to view a recording of the webinar shortly after it has ended.

    Final part in a 3-part series, you can save 15% when booking the series here:
  • Agenda
    • How to make the right cuts to prevent winter die-back
    • Why late-season pruning is useful for some of the plants in your garden
    • How pruning late in the season can leave plants vulnerable to cold
    • Which plants to cut back at the end of the growing season and which to leave
    • Tips and advice for pruning roses at the end of the growing season
    • Ways to re-invigorate shrubs and fruit bushes
    • How to thin out stems and shape plants to optimise their performance
    • Simple ways to identify flower buds so you don’t chop them off
    • The importance of clean and sharp tools and how to care for them weather
    • What to do with winter pruning offcuts and how to compost them effectively
    • Live Q&A with David Hurrion
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    1 hour 30 minutes
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