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Why it is important to prune Plants?

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Pruning a tree is removing specific branches or stems to benefit the whole tree.
Remove dead, damaged and diseased branches to help prevent insect & decay organisms from entering the tree.
Trees and shrubs that flower in mid- to late summer should be pruned in winter or early spring.

Pruning deciduous plants in the winter promotes fast regrowth in the spring, as most plants are dormant during the winter. It's also easier to see the shape of deciduous plants in the winter, since their foliage is gone. When pruning, first prune out dead and diseased branches.

Dormant pruning relies on the same principles of maintenance pruning except that the plant is pruned while dormant to reduce stress to the plant. Dormant pruning is often more aggressive, with larger cuts being made to create more vigorous growth in the spring, which leads to a healthier shrub or tree.