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Sheri Maze Apr 11,



By the end of June or July, the bushes start budding. If you trim the branches that have started bearing buds, you might lose a consistent quantity of flowers the following spring.



As soon as the lilac bush's flowers are dead, trim each flower stem back to the leaves, removing all trace of the flowers.



Hence, make it a point to avoid pruning the bushes in late June or July. This would preserve the branches that would bear flowers the next takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins.

Lilac bushes bloom only once each year, in spring, but they make new buds after they bloom.





The buds become the next year’s flowers. If you trim a lilac bush too late in the year, then you’ll cut.



Tipping off your lilacs in this way will encourage them to sprout new, healthy growth near those cuts.



Jun 10, Fragrant, colorful lilacs are easy to grow in most regions. Whether your lilac is a shrub or a small tree, it will need to be regularly pruned in order to maintain a healthy shape and size. To prune lilacs, get to work in the spring: cut fresh flowers for bouquets, nip off the longest stems, and Views: K.

May 19, To shape and shorten the shrub, cut the stems to about a foot lower than the desired height. Also just after flowering, remove all but one or two suckers (new shoots) from around the base of the plant.

Dig down and cut them off a couple of inches below the ground.





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