How to Sharpen Pruning Tools

By: Julie Day

Sharp tools make all the difference when tackling pruning chores. Plants will recover more quickly from clean cuts, and your muscles will thank you as well. Even quality pruning shears and hedge clippers need sharpening from time to time to maintain their edge, and it makes a great project on a cold or rainy day.

Read on to find out how to sharpen your pruning tools.

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  • Bill Tunnell Says:
    October 2nd, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    I have a brick paver driveway but have had pine tree roots push up the pavers, leaving a bump. The pine was cut down about a year ago, but the roots are still pushing up the pavers. Any relief other than pulling up the pavers, digging out the roots, and cutting them out?


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