The best season to trim tress is the late winter, just before spring. Wounds left on trees from pruning heal more quickly when spring growth starts, reducing the chances of tree diseases. It is also easier to see the bra... More »

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Pruning to remove dead wood can be done at any time. Other times to prune include winter, summer and spring. The best time to prune trees and shrubs depends mainly on why the pruning is necessary. More »

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Apple trees should be trimmed to encourage their health and growth, according to the Oregon State University Extension Service. The service says that while the trees can be trimmed any time of the year, it is best to do ... More »

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Late winter or early spring is the best time to begin spraying an apple tree. Using horticultural oil spray helps to destroy any insects and their eggs on the tree before new growth begins. More »

The best time to plant a tree is in the late winter or early spring, according to About.com. The next best time is in the fall. Summer is the worst time because plants can become vulnerable to heat damage. More »

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The best time to transplant a dogwood tree is when it is dormant in the winter or before the leaves come out in the spring. This gives the tree time to rebound before it blooms. Care must be taken in the winter to transp... More »

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Most landscape trees and shrubs can be pruned in late winter or early spring while they are dormant. Exceptions are trees that produce sap, such as maple and birch, and some flowering shrubs that bloom on the last season... More »

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