Feb 11, 2020

Prune Vines

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===Maintaining Climbing Plants===
 
===Maintaining Climbing Plants===
 
#Prune late-blooming vines in the winter or early spring to promote new growth. Late-blooming vines include plants like honeysuckle and trumpet flower that bloom during the late summer and fall. These types of vines should be pruned during the late winter or early spring to give them time to produce new shoots and flowers for the next growing season.<ref>https://www.sunset.com/garden/flowers-plants/training-and-pruning-vines</ref>[[Image:Prune Vines Step 1.jpg|center]]
 
#Prune late-blooming vines in the winter or early spring to promote new growth. Late-blooming vines include plants like honeysuckle and trumpet flower that bloom during the late summer and fall. These types of vines should be pruned during the late winter or early spring to give them time to produce new shoots and flowers for the next growing season.<ref>https://www.sunset.com/garden/flowers-plants/training-and-pruning-vines</ref>[[Image:Prune Vines Step 1.jpg|center]]
#Prune vines that bloom early right after their flowers fade. Prune vines that bloom in the spring and early summer at the end of the growing season to prepare them for the next year's growth. Jasmine, wisteria, and most other hardy vines will fall into this category.[[Image:Prune Vines Step 2.jpg|center]]
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#Prune vines that bloom early right after their flowers fade. Prune vines that bloom in the spring and early summer at the end of the growing season to prepare them for the next year's growth. Jasmine, [[Prune Wisteria|wisteria]], and most other hardy vines will fall into this category.[[Image:Prune Vines Step 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Vines that bloom early but produce fruit, such as kiwi and passionfruit, should be pruned in the early spring before flowering to avoid losing your fruit crop.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Kryeuz>
 
#*Vines that bloom early but produce fruit, such as kiwi and passionfruit, should be pruned in the early spring before flowering to avoid losing your fruit crop.<ref>https://ift.tt/2Kryeuz>
 
#Make clean cuts to avoid damaging the vine. Do not twist, yank, or tear the shoots. Doing so can damage the vine and make it more susceptible to infection and disease. Use garden shears to get a nice, clean cut on all shoots and stems.<ref>https://www.bbg.org/gardening/article/pruning_plants_that_ascend</ref>[[Image:Prune Vines Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Make clean cuts to avoid damaging the vine. Do not twist, yank, or tear the shoots. Doing so can damage the vine and make it more susceptible to infection and disease. Use garden shears to get a nice, clean cut on all shoots and stems.<ref>https://www.bbg.org/gardening/article/pruning_plants_that_ascend</ref>[[Image:Prune Vines Step 3 Version 2.jpg|center]]


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