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1. condition where a shrub or multi-stemmed small tree does not have significant foliage in its lower portion.<br><br>
 
1. condition where a shrub or multi-stemmed small tree does not have significant foliage in its lower portion.<br><br>
  
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-17.jpeg <br><br>
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http://hvp.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-17.jpeg <br><br>
http://www.hort.uconn.edu/plants/c/corrac/corrac43.jpg <br><br>
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http://www.cypressisles.org/images/image7.gif<br><br>
''Cornus racemosa'' (Gray Dogwood) an example of a shrub which can become leggy with age. <br>
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Comparison of how pruning may lead to leggy shrub or tree growth.<br>
Source: http://www.hort.uconn.edu/plants/c/corrac/corrac3.html<br><br>
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Source: http://www.cypressisles.org/ci_pruning.html<br><br>

Latest revision as of 18:30, 10 October 2017


1. condition where a shrub or multi-stemmed small tree does not have significant foliage in its lower portion.

cd0238-17.jpeg

image7.gif

Comparison of how pruning may lead to leggy shrub or tree growth.
Source: http://www.cypressisles.org/ci_pruning.html