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Sep 25, Late spring is an excellent time to prune evergreen shrubs in the landscape. Pruning just after the emergence of the spring growth will provide a basis for helping to shape the plant while retaining the natural look.

What equipment will I need? Equipment needed for evergreen shrub pruning will include a pair of hand clippers and maybe loppers. No hedge trimmers are needed when pruning for a natural. The best time to prune evergreens is when they are dormant sometime in early spring before they start developing new buds.

They can also be pruned in mid-summer when they are also semi-dormant, but early spring is the best time since the new growth will quickly fill it up.

As the tree grows, candle-like branch tips takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins. Dec 05, For summer-blooming shrubs, you want to time your pruning to stimulate new flower-bearing growth. Ball says that the best time for this is late winter, right before buds break in spring.

For smaller, multi-caned blooming shrubs up to about 6 feet high, Ball recommends removing one-third of the canes every two to three takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 7 mins. Pruning changes the form and growth of a plant. Pruning can also be considered preventive maintenance for both insect and disease damage. Many problems may be prevented by pruning correctly during the formative years for a tree or shrub. The late dormant season is the best time for most pruning. May 10, The proper time to prune needled evergreens such as pines is the winter dormant period.

Flowering shrubs are trickier because trimming them at the incorrect time can mean a loss of next year's flowers.

The rule of thumb is that if the bush blooms in fall or in late summer, you should prune it in early spring before new growth emerges.



The evergreen shrub develops a vase shape with drooping branches covered in small oval green leaves that are glossy and grows 6 to 15 feet tall with a similar spread.



Oct 15, Evergreen shrubs come in thousands of varieties - from proud palms and boxwoods, to diminutive densiformis yews. All are ever-green, retaining their color year-round. Evergreen shrubs lose their oldest foliage every year, but with the new growth, they still remain colorful throughout the year.





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