Garden Utility Shears

Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears
Garden Utility Shears

Garden Utility Shears

Regular price $19.97
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🌿 For your general pruning needs 😊

Garden Utility Shears: 

Our NEW and PREMIUM stainless steel Garden Utility Shears will be your perfect help for cutting old leaves, damaged branches, growing vines and much more!

  • For indoor or outdoor use.
  • Multi-purpose. (vines, stems, branches)  🌱
  • Minimal packaging.
  • Size: 8" tall x 2" wide.
  • Satisfying wooden handle perfect for left & right hand use.
  • Built-in locking mechanism that prioritizes the user's safety.

Reminder: do not forget to oil the Garden Utility Shears blades after every use in order to avoid rusting.

When should you prune your houseplants?  🤔

In general, houseplants require to be pruned at the start of the growing season, which for most is early spring. The only exception are woody houseplants, which must be pruned continuously throughout the year to remove dead leaves and damaged branches. 

Climbing plants and indoor trees, can also fiercely grow in the direction of the sun, which means they might become too big or tall for their own environment. This can be easily avoided by pruning your plants, which also gives them a more compact look and shape.

 

How to prune your houseplants?   ✂️

In order to properly prune your plant, you'll need to take a step back and analyze if one of the sides of your houseplant is growing fuller than the others, if there are dying leaves or if your plant is outgrowing its own support system (moss pole, coir pole, metal trellis, wood trellis).

Once you have determined whether your plant needs pruning or not, your next step is to clip off all the necessary leaves, branches or stems. If your stems have deteriorated at the root of your houseplant, take them out and allow the soil to dry off before watering the plant again.

To encourage new growth, make careful and deliberate cuts to your plant. Make cuts just before leaf nodes. Also, do not forget to prune as close to the main stem as possible when cutting larger stems.

✨ Quality & Trees Matter ✨

We believe that a great plant support begins with great materials and construction. You can feel good about it too! You are supporting local Canadian business & planting trees!

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