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Once suckering begins, it has a tendency to continue for quite some time.



Sep 17, Shrubs that aren't properly pruned over the years can become tall and leggy, bushy and oversized, or just plain ugly. But renovating them is simple. In early spring, cut them down to within a few inches of the soil.

Over the next few years, the plants will typically regrow in their natural form with healthy, vigorous growth. Oct 14, Cutting Back Plants in Winter. If you are trying to figure out what to prune in winter, here’s more information. Summer flowering shrubs should be pruned in late winter or early spring.

This still gives them time to set flowers for the following year. Deciduous shrubs that aren’t grown for flowers can be trimmed back at the same time. These shrubs may possess colorful bark, fruit, or foliage. Prune these shrubs in late winter or early spring before growth begins. Do not prune deciduous shrubs in late summer. Pruning shrubs in August or early September may encourage a late flush of growth.

This new growth may not harden sufficiently before the arrival of cold weather and be susceptible to winter injury.

Pruning Videos. Apr 20, DO Prune Flowering Shrubs at the Right Time of Year Spring-flowering shrubs, such as lilac and forsythia, develop buds that will display the following year during the Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Jun 27, Every year, in late winter, you'll want to remove about a third of the old, most faded stems from your Dogwood shrub, cutting them back to the ground.

Also cut out any damaged or dead stems. This method will encourage more new, brightly colored stems to emerge when the plant emerges from dormancy in spring. Mar 02, Give it a good trim after it flowers in the spring by cutting back the tips of the stems to the top leaf bud. This removes the dead blossoms and also may trigger a second blooming and new leaf growth.

You can also shape the shrub at this time. More drastically cutting back spirea should occur in the fall or in late winter to early spring.





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