Pruning shears, sometimes known as hand shears, are used to trim tiny branches, stems, and twigs. When pruning a tree or bush, having the right pruning shears is essential, and basic hand shears are suitable for practically all pruning chores since they can prune all types of small plants, including vegetable plants and roses.
Bypass shears have two blades: an extra-sharp top blade and an unsharpened bottom hook. The top blade goes by the bottom one as you finish the cut, hence the unusual name. The plant you're pruning suffers less crushing damage and is much cleaner, even cut as a result of the blades' shape and placement. Many beginner gardeners utilize bypass shears to do numerous gardening jobs since they are simple to use and produce excellent results. Additionally, bypass pruners are designed to trim any sort of green, live growth and are available in both left- and right-handed versions.