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DO prune flowering shrubs at the right time of year. Spring-flowering shrubs, such as lilac and forsythia, develop buds in late summer and early fall that will display the following treemulching.buzzted Reading Time: 5 mins. Spotsylvania's cigarette sales & use tax not effective 10/1 due to inability of NOVA Cigarette Tax Board to administer & enforce in time. Board expected to revise ordinance no sooner than 10/12 with anticipated effective date of cigarette tax 1/1/ WHEN: Saturday, 10/2/21 from 8-noon.
WHERE: The Holbert Building, Courthouse Road. 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. Aug 08, To do rejuvenation pruning on a burning bush, take either a sharp, clean pair of pruning shears or hedge clippers and cut the entire burning bush plant down all the way to about 1 to 3 inches ( to cm.) from the ground.
While this may seem drastic, it is healthy for the plant and will result in the burning bush being forced to grow new. The best advice: don't prune in the fall. Unless you have dead branches. Or there are branches that may become a hazard in the winter. Most experts say you shouldn’t prune anything at all in the fall.
The choice is up to you. Why? Your trees focus their energy on their roots during the colder seasons. So, any cuts from pruning won’t heal in time. For instance, some varieties of Azaleas only bloom once and the best time to prune them would be as soon as possible after they bloom. Ideally, there is only a six-week window of when pruning is appropriate. But some of the newer varieties bloom twice and can be pruned twice (also soon after blooming).
Hydrangea shrubs also have variations. Other plants, however, can't handle a fall pruning (we're looking at you, azalea, viburnum, loropetalum, and lilac.) If you prune a spring-blooming tree or shrub after its flower buds have formed, you'll be lopping away any opportunity for a spring showing.
Read on for a list of plants that you can prune in the fall, with a few caveats.