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What to do with the white pines in the fall

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Japanese white pine is relatively easy to maintain plant. When applying invasive techniques pine to white pine that usually they end up weakening. To start with, pull or cut out old needles of white pine green is not a great idea. The tree rarely have the energy to respond positively to this, and it is better to let the needles of natural yellow color, and pull them in the fall. Right now, in fact.

Many trees are quite complicated and fall to work on them is a bit complicated. black pine is one of them, or any of several pine trees that is possible to cut the candle in the middle of spring and have to handle regrowth in the fall. white pine is in another group, which grows only once a year and it is no less to do in the fall. The other pines that are likely to keep the same manner are twisted, agile, mugo, etc., any of mountain pines, in fact, can be maintained in the manner indicated below.

Japanese white pine in early October, with needles last year yellowing.

The same pine after carefully remove the yellowed needles, which come with light pressure. After this work can reposition your tree if necessary, trim the branches, if necessary, long or wandering buds cut if necessary … otherwise, you’re done!

This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/10/02/what-to-do-with-white-pines-in-the-fall/

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What to do with the white pines in the fall

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