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      1. Roses
        1. Prune
        2. Don't Prune
        1. Yes you should prune roses. Pruning roses encourages new growth and bloom, improves air circulation and shapes the plant.

      2. Apple Trees
        1. Prune
        2. Don't Prune
        1. Yes you should prune apple trees to promote fruit growth. The best time to prune an apple tree is in late winter or very early spring before any new growth starts.

      3. Magnolia Trees
        1. Prune
        2. Don't Prune
        1. In general, don't prune magnolias. The magnolia flowers grow on the tips of the branches so pruning is not a good idea if you want plentiful blooms.

      4. Lilac Bush
        1. Prune
        2. Don't Prune
        1. Yes you should prune your lilac bush immediately after it is done done blooming.

      5. Weeping Willow
        1. Prune
        2. Don't Prune
        1. Don't prune. While pruning weeping willows was standard practice years ago, arborists have found that pruning damages the tree's growth and eventually kills the tree completely. 

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