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This article was originally published on February 10,



Pruning of the old flowers, shoots, suckers, runners, and leaves aid in better aeration of the lilac plant, and also promote new growth on it. Generally, old branches are woody and hard.

You might need a sharp saw to cut them down. Remove the Old Wood: Remove the old wood every bushfalling.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Nov 17, All shrubs fall into one of two categories; some, like many of the hydrangeas, bloom exclusively on new wood and can be pruned to the ground each fall if required. Others, such as lilacs, bloom only on old wood from the previous season. Thus, if you prune at any time other than immediately after flowering, you will cut off next year's bushfalling.pwted Reading Time: 1 min.

Jan 09, Pruning to the ground is the most drastic method but it does work. Less intense renovation prune. You can also do a renovation prune over a 3 year period.

When pruning this way cut out any dead or weak canes, then cut out 2/3rds of the suckers or shoots coming up at the base, leave 1/3 for future blooming stems. Jun 10, Take an assessment of your lilac. If it's old, overgrown, or unshapely, giving it a rejuvenating pruning will help restore it to a healthier and more attractive state. This type of pruning goes beyond a lighter annual pruning to severely cut the bush or Views: K.

Lilacs should be pruned yearly to develop a good framework of stems and promote vigorous growth that enhances flowering. Yearly pruning consists of cutting diseased, misshapen, and unproductive stems to the ground. I also thin and remove some stems to encourage properly spaced, vigorous growth.





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