Basic pruning requires little more than the removal of dead, damaged, or diseased wood to maintain the health of the plant.
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This is the second in a pair of blog articles on hedge choices for the Okanagan. This article will address non-native options.
There are many alternatives to the ubiquitous water loving cedar hedge. This entry suggests some native plant choices.
Thriving in our hot dry summers, lavender blooms abundantly from mid-June for about four weeks, its flowers attracting butterflies, bees and other pollinators.