clippy

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My new pruning shears may not be electrically powered tools but in my hot little holiday  hands they can power through  a Viburnum Tinus at dusk before the sun fully sets.  

Invite me to all your pruning parties…

clip clip clippy!

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7 bits of lovely banter on “clippy”

  1. Tim writes:

    A fine example of the art of clipping. You may be giving Alan a hairstyling tip before long, the “Vibe Tinus” may become the mullet of the latter 00’s.

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  2. Nicky writes:

    Edward scissorhands, eat your heart out

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  3. Madame Defarge writes:

    This is indeed a work of topiary art

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  4. paul g writes:

    But are you quite sure this is the right time of year to be pruning?

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  5. :: Wendy :: writes:

    The V.T. should be pruned when it has finished blooming, it was covered in dead flowerheads. If I left pruning it until the autumn it would not bloom again next year.

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  6. Scarlet writes:

    Bush trimming!
    Sx

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  7. :: Wendy :: writes:

    Viburnum tinus survived pruning New leaves sprouting already! YAY

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