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Prinicples of Pruning: Included Bark. Evergreen Shrubs. Prune evergreen shrubs, such as juniper and yew, in late March or early April before new growth begins. Light pruning may also be done in mid-summer. Avoid pruning evergreen shrubs in the fall. Fall pruned evergreens are more susceptible to winter injury. Deciduous Trees. Oct 20, If you have one of these plants in your yard, you can prune them in the fall will no problem whatsoever.

Plants like Angel’s Trumpet, Butterfly Bush, Chaste Tree, Delphinium, and Gardenia should all be pruned in the fall just as soon as they finish blooming, or drop their summer treelopping.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Jun 23, Shrubs that bloom later than spring usually form flowers on their current year’s new growth; these are best pruned before new growth begins in spring, or in late fall/winter when they are dormant. Some of these are roses, Buddleia, Clethra, honeysuckle, hibiscus, Hydrangea paniculata & arborescens and treelopping.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins.

Most non-blooming shrubs such as arborvitae (Thuja sp.) and cypress shrubs (Cupressus sp.) respond to late-fall, dormant pruning with a burst of new growth the following spring. Perennial Cleanup. Buddleia alternifolia and Buddleia x pikei 'Hever' ('Hever Castle') should be pruned after they bloom, as they flower on new growth.

According to The Southern Living Garden Book, when you prune butterfly bush, you should “remove some of the plant’s oldest wood down to within a few inches of ground.”.Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

February through March is generally regarded as the best time to prune most deciduous trees.

Pruning is essential for keeping trees and shrubs healthy and looking good, and in many cases, pruning is a DIY-able project that a homeowner can perform with just a few good pruning tools.

Sep 14, Spirea is a great multi-season interest shrub. These deciduous shrubs create smaller mounds of pretty leaves and flowers in summer and beautiful fall colors.

Different varieties feature different leaf colors, from red to gold to purple. Spireas are low. No pruning is needed to maintain its tidy ” round shape.

Grow this low maintenance shrub in full sun in zones as a short hedge or foundation planting. SHOW OFFStarlet Forsythia.

When standard forsythia varieties are too big for the space but you desire a bright pop of yellow in early spring, plant Show OffStarlet instead.