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PRUNE Prune most plants in late Winter January through February), except Spring flowering plants which should be pruned only AFTER they flower.  Prune Rose bushes by one third in mid-February, right around Valentine's Day, to stimulate new growth and Spring blooming. Roses can be thinned and reshaped in early August.  Live Oaks should be pruned before February to prevent reduce the threat of Oak Wilt.  Remove dead, wilted vegetation from previous crops to avoid the spread of disease.  Rake and remove fallen leaves off your lawn to prevent retained moisture and turf disease.  PLANT Plant and transplant trees and shrubs now,...

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