The Q&A Archives: Prunning

Question: What is the difference in cutting back and cutting back hard?

Answer: The definition is simply how much you prune back. Cutting back generally means removing less than one-third of the plant; cutting back hard means pruning nearly all the stems and branches, to within a few inches of the ground.

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