Japanese magnolias, also known as saucer magnolias, flower from late winter to early spring. To prune this plant, you need pruning shears and a pruning saw. More »

Different types of magnolia trees include the cucumber tree, Yulan, evergreen magnolia and the Japanese big-leaved magnolia. Magnolias are both deciduous and evergreen, with large, showy flowers that have both male and f... More »

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Magnolia trees grow approximately one to two feet per year. The rate of growth depends on the species and the climate, with Magnolias in warm southern climates growing more quickly than those in the northern parts of the... More »

Most roses begin to bloom in early spring, soon after the last winter frost. While some varieties only bloom once each year, many gardeners use techniques like pruning to encourage additional bloom growth several times o... More »

The best time to plant raspberry canes is early spring or late winter for warmer climates. This is because they grow best in cooler weather, states The Old Farmer's Almanac. More »

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The best time to prune coral bark Japanese maple is late fall or early winter when the tree is dormant. You need a pruning saw, lopping shears, bypass pruning shears and, if the tree is tall, a pole pruner. More »

Citrus trees growing in warm areas that are not exposed to frost should be pruned anytime from late winter to early spring. Citrus trees in cool, frost-prone areas should be pruned in mid to late spring so that there is ... More »