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This was dug below grade, simulating the way water carves rocky terrain. I like the way plants grow in and along the bed, too. The designer is Bill Schnetz of Schnetz Landscape in Escondido.
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This was dug below grade, simulating the way water carves rocky terrain. I like the way plants grow in and along the bed, too. The designer is Bill Schnetz of Schnetz Landscape in Escondido.

This was dug below grade, simulating the way water carves rocky terrain. I like the way plants grow in and along the bed, too. The designer is Bill Schnetz of Schnetz Landscape in Escondido.
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Remove any diseased and deformed branches, ones growing against the flow of the tree at odd angles (an upward branch on an otherwise downward flowing tree). Remove crossing or duplicating branches, as this enhances the chance for disease. Also remove parallel branches which are the ones usually growing at the same angle but close together. You will want to remove at least one of these. Also keep limbs from dragging on the ground, but keep these in natural form, never performing the "bowl cut".
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This page will give you Marti's Guidelines for pruning Laceleaf Japanese Maple Trees.

Remove any diseased and deformed branches, ones growing against the flow of the tree at odd angles (an upward branch on an otherwise downward flowing tree). Remove crossing or duplicating branches, as this enhances the chance for disease. Also remove parallel branches which are the ones usually growing at the same angle but close together. You will want to remove at least one of these. Also keep limbs from dragging on the ground, but keep these in natural form, never performing the "bowl cut".

Remove any diseased and deformed branches, ones growing against the flow of the tree at odd angles (an upward branch on an otherwise downward flowing tree). Remove crossing or duplicating branches, as this enhances the chance for disease. Also remove parallel branches which are the ones usually growing at the same angle but close together. You will want to remove at least one of these. Also keep limbs from dragging on the ground, but keep these in natural form, never performing the "bowl…
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