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Winter Pruning Guide for Trees and



Apr 28, This type of pruning goes beyond a lighter annual pruning to severely cut the bush or tree back, allowing for new growth to occur. Do your assessment in early spring, before the lilac has come back to life. This is the best time of year for a deeper pruning%(4). Method. As soon as the lilac bush's flowers are dead, trim each flower stem back to the leaves, removing all trace of the flowers. This step stops the lilac from using its energy to make seeds.

Trimming palm trees. Unless a palm is considered"clustering," sending up many shoots, never cut a palm tree's trunk. The head of a palm is its heart and soul, and if you chop its head off it's a goner. Many multi-trunk palm specimens are considered"solitary," but with 2 or 3 palms planted together. Solitary palms cannot be cut back. On Mar 30,amberlwhull from Ocala, FL wrote: I live in Ocala, FL and this chaste tree is an amazing plant.

I had one when I lived on Hayesville, NC and it did amazing as well. 5 years later the plant is feet tall feet wide. Great plant! Positive: On Oct 28,merryflock from Colleyville, TX wrote. Cut back weak branches to a strong shoot. Cut back tall canes to eye height. If your lilac is old and in really bad shape, remove one-third of the oldest canes (down to the ground) in year one, half of the remaining old wood in year two, and the rest of the old wood in year three.

Another option for old lilacs is to chop the whole thing back to.



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Sep 09, I have cut back my Burning bushes in the spring, fall and winter. The following year depending on weather conditions I will be trimming off any where from 12 to 18 inches of new growth.

After watching the video I’m going to cut a few way back. Jul 10, These versatile shrubs come in range of shapes and sizes, from dwarf varieties that reach less than four feet to tree-sized varieties that can grow to more than twenty feet.

Start by thinking about how much space you have and what flower color you want. It’s also smart to choose a disease-resistant cultivar that’s known to perform well in.





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