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Clarington Forge Mini Pruning Set Giveaway

by Shelley Pierce July 10, 2015

Clarington Forge Mini Pruning Set Giveaway

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TGIF!  The work week is over and now we are gearing up to do some serious gardening – and – host yet another fabulous Friday giveaway!  This weekend (Friday 7/10 through Sunday 7/12) you have a chance to win a mini pruning set from Clarington Forge!

This indispensable gardening tool set, according to Clarington Forge, features “soft -touch handles that fit neatly into the palm of your hand. The long bladed pruners are for dead heading, while the bypass pruners are for normal cutting.  It’s an ideal set for a kitchen drawer and is always handy for trimming flowers and herbs. Comes in a presentation box. ”  More information about this useful product can be found at Clarington Forge

To enter, just leave your answer to the question: “What’s your favorite pruning tip?” on the comments section of our Facebook Mini Pruning Set giveaway post anytime from Friday July 10 through midnight Sunday July 12 as well as share the Facebook giveaway post on your timeline.   The winner will be drawn at random from all qualified entrants, and notified through Facebook. (See Rules for more information.)

You can see the entire line of Clarington Forge’s good quality gardening tools at Clarington Forge.   Also – be sure to check out their Facebook.

Visit Gardening Know How for tips and techniques on how to prune your plants.

Good luck and happy gardening!

 


UPDATE 7/18/15: Congratulations to Wendy Venables, the winner of the Mini Pruning Set from Clarington Forge!

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43 person already talking about this.
    james jenkins
    Answered on July 13, 2015Reply

    "If in doubt, wait to cut it out" can save a lot of OOPS regret!

    Tabby72
    Answered on July 13, 2015Reply

    One of my favourite pruning tips is to leave young trees alone mostly, until they get established.

    Cheryll Shubert
    Answered on July 13, 2015Reply

    My Mom always told me to never remove more than a quarter of a tree’s crown in a season...I always make sure I heed her advice when I am pruning my garden trees.

    Chris Dixon
    Answered on July 13, 2015Reply

    Be patient.....Wait until Fall to prune!

    Emily Gladwill
    Answered on July 13, 2015Reply

    Great innovation. A true gardeners magic tool.

    Danielle Magee
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Prune in the fall

    WEndi
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Cut down past the brown

    Gail Lindsey
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    With hand pruners, trim long, stems by cutting just above a healthy bud.

    Mary Warner
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    I have small hands so perfect for me.

    Linda Kollybaba
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    cut flower right to the stem

    Donna L
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    My tip is to not cut off too many branches.

    Kelly McCarty
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Prune at and angle and not straight across.

    Carl Todasco
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    wow

    Dawn S.
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Don't overprune - you can always go back and take off some more if need be!

    Cheryl Turner
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    My favourite pruning tip is to take the whole petunia calyx when you deadhead petunias. Otherwise, it will go to seed and you will not get as many flowers.

    Howard Steeley
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Prune in the spring and fall

    Howard Steeley
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Love to win

    Michael OBrien
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    well i don't have the greatest advice when it comes to pruning but i was taught always prune at an angle so that the branches/stems grow back the right way.

    Marsha Kamish
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    Prune branches that go inside or down.

    Him somerville
    Answered on July 12, 2015Reply

    My tip is to prune the suckers from my roses and feed them to my rabbit to make fertilizer for the roses.

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