Pruned fruit trees look funny; I like my yard to look nice.

To a fruit grower, funny-looking would be an unpruned, over-watered and over-fertilized, lushly foliated fruit tree grown like grass - with no fruit.

Folks who have been around fruit trees, who know deciduous fruit and how it is produced, love the look of a well-pruned tree: strong limbs positioned with purpose, structure open and airy, the dynamic shading of a sunlit canopy, fruitfulness in continuous renewal.

They picture how the tree will look in bloom, where the new growth will be, the right-sized crop setting and developing, how easy the tree will be to maintain and harvest, the mature fruit the best it can be and as beautiful as the tree...all due to the ages-old art of pruning.

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