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How To prune a tree without taking bark. By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine: May 2008

Best pruning illustration ever - my fruit trees are extremely happy this year after I did this!

Pruning Fruit Trees: always prune out these

The best time to prune lilac is late spring -- immediately after they finish blooming. If you prune them later in the growing season or during winter, you'll remove flower buds and decrease the amount of spring bloom.

For you to follow a few specific fruit tree pruning instructions for different types of fruit trees.

When to prune depends on several factors, notably the species being grown and the reason you are pruning. Pruning can actually stimulate growth. Pruning back a weak branch in late winter or early spring will often cause the new growth that replaces it to grow much faster. To slow growth down, prune in early summer. These are the two basic principles of pruning, but there are numerous exceptions.

Cloud Pruning (Niwaki). Cloud Pruning is pruning limbs in such a way as to create space between them and flatten the top and bottom. It gives the appearance of “clouds.” Sometimes it is a solution for problems like limited yard space.