What happens to frozen water, in and outside of wood cells, in root cells.
Also asked, is it OK to cut trees in winter? Not all trees and shrubs should be pruned in the winter or early spring, however. Generally speaking, shrubs and trees that bloom on new growth should be pruned in the winter and early spring, while those that bloom on old growth should be pruned in late spring or summer (i.e., after their flowers fade).
Dec 07, Some trees, such as elm and oak, as well as trees infected with fire blight, are best pruned in winter specifically to minimize the risk of spreading Dutch elm disease and oak wilt. Benefit #3 – Increases EfficiencyEstimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Oct 29, Generally, all species of trees can sustain trimming throughout the winter months. Because trees are in a “relaxed” state during winter, they won’t feel the need to recover when experiencing a fresh pruning cut.
Dec 15, I know pruning trees in winter prevents the death of trees thru sap loss and deters the spread of bacteria and fungus. To keep trees healthy and allow them to heal. I think what trees do in the winter to keep from freezing and exploding like a water pipe is to remove an H- molecule from the H2O molecule and hold the hydrogen molecules and OH molecules in cells as"bound water"Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.