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Pruning is a cultivation technique that consists in cutting the branches of plants. Some interventions also include operations other than cuttings, such as topping, i.e. the removal of the apical shoots, the suckling, the elimination of the basal suckers (branches) and the removal of the lateral buds. Some parts of the plant can also be removed manually. All pruning methods and techniques are described in detail in the “video pruning” section, another excellent video resource of our magazine to learn how to prune any type of plant. Each single video lasts about two and a half minutes, a very short period of time in which the cutting methods of different plant species are shown. In the section you will find videos dedicated to the pruning of vines, fruit plants, vegetables, ... continue
continue ... , hedges, roses, azaleas, rhododendrons and many other plants. The generalist videos are also very instructive, i.e. those dedicated to particular types of pruning, such as the winter one or the one suitable for autumn plants. The videos are also accompanied in the margins by textual content that exactly matches what was said in the multimedia file. These are highly specialized content and videos, because they are dedicated to learning different cutting and pruning methods. The art of removing some plant parts must in fact be practiced with extreme care and with the right tools. Our videos show how to proceed, which shears and scissors to use, when and how to intervene. In the videos the parts to be removed are highlighted, such as dry branches and leaves or other vegetative parts that removed can give new vigor to the plant. With the video guides you will learn how to prune withered roses, ornamental and fruit trees, climbing hedges, deciduous or evergreen. By carefully observing the files, you may perhaps discover that the hedges should not all be pruned in the same way and that some interventions are even similar or identical to those for other plants. Only careful observation of pruning techniques allows you to really learn how plants should be pruned and treated. The time spent watching all the videos in the section will also give you more skills helping you to become real masters of pruning and above all to prune without damage or errors. Incorrect pruning or imprecise and violent cuts can in fact frustrate the objectives of this technique, which instead serves to repair damaged plant parts and make the plants healthier, more fruitful and luxuriant. As regards pruning for decorative or aesthetic purposes, we can to say that it represents a truly fascinating and original world. With shrubs, works of art are made! This is the aesthetic pruning that allows professionals of the trade to transform plants and trees into geometric figures, characters, symbols, cones, spirals, spheres, etc. The artistic skills of the "workers" depend in particular on the tools and tools that are used. Making an original and defined cut is not impossible, but you need to know the right techniques and get some experience in the sector. It is not a modern invention but on the contrary, it has ancient origins. The first to practice it were the Persians and then passed to the Greeks and Romans. From there, thanks to the charm and beauty of the creations made, the techniques and passion spread to our days where we can still find these particular creations in the best Italian gardens.