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Pruning trees and shrubs in the late fall, winter, or early spring is often referred to as dormant season pruning. Without foliage, it is easier to see branches to evaluate damage and structural defects such as co-dominant stems, crossed or rubbing branches, and conflicts with other trees or structures. Dormant season pruning can be done anytime between leaf drop in the fall and bud break in the spring time. However, pruning is not recommended on maple trees during the winter due to high sap flow.

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