Scissors & Pruners

Pruners come in two basic forms, bypass pruner and anvil pruner. The bypass pruner is for green wood and clean cutting. The anvil pruner has a single cutting blade, which cuts down on an anvil making it perfect for cutting hard or dead wood twigs and smaller branches. From tree pruning on lower hanging branches to deadheading rose bushes and ornamental plants, the pruner is crucial for making your garden beautiful.

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