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This is the final result of a properly cut branch.

Pruning cuts should be hidden inside the plant where they will be covered by remaining leaves. The first step in pruning a shrub is to remove all dead, diseased or injured branches. Remove branches that cross or touch each other and those that look out of place. If the shrub is still too dense or large, remove some of the oldest branches. Feb 17, Therefore, to prevent removing flower buds too soon, wait to prune until AFTER all flowers have faded.

Shade trees and large shrubs that are not grown for a flower display can be pruned in late February. Using proper pruning techniques prevents damaging trees and shrubs. If limbs are larger than /2 inches in diameter or heavily weighted, use.

When a branch is cut back to the main trunk, to a lateral branch or to a lateral bud, a higher concentration of hormones in these areas causes the wound to heal rapidly.

Oct 03, As a rule, plants that flower before June 1 should be pruned after they bloom while those that flower after June 1 are considered summer-flowering and can be pruned just prior to spring growth. For additional information on suggested pruning times for selected flowering trees and shrubs, refer to the fact sheet, HGICPruning Shrubs. Q: I prune my mophead hydrangeas religiously every spring, and I never get any flowers!What am I doing wrong?

A: Mophead or French hydrangeas (Hydrangea macrophylla var. macrophylla) are some of the easiest, most reliable shrubs gardeners can flourish without fertilizer, chemicals or even pruning for that matter.

Their showy white, pink and blue blossoms put on a stunning display. Oct 21, WHAT: The Landscaper's Guide to Customer Care:"Pruning Trees and Shrubs" with Paul Thompson, Clemson University Cooperative Extension WHEN: Wednesday, October 21, pm - pm (You may enter the Zoom room after am on the day of the event) WHERE: Online via Zoom.

Participation link provided in registration confirmation message. COST (per. Prune hard if you want large blooms suitable for cut flowers. This will produce fewer total blooms. In the spring, cut out all but three to five of the healthiest, most vigorous canes. Prune these canes down to 15 to 18 inches from ground level. Keep any weak, small or short stems pruned away.