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For this reason, Texas sage bush is often referred to as a barometric.

Jan 22, On those plants which are grown for their flowers then prune them as soon as their bloom time is over regardless of the time of year. If plants bloom in the spring then prune them as soon as they are done pruning in the spring. This will give them time to initiate flower buds during the late summer for next spring’s bloom.

Mine have been moved two or three times looking for the right spot and pruned severely once by a canine gardening companion.

Feb 01, Prune at the wrong time and you’ll cause excessive stress to the plant. In general, the best time to cut a shrub entirely to the ground is in early spring before new growth starts.

Rejuvenation is typically done only every three to five years, usually when the shrub starts to look overgrown or gangly. Cutting off all the stems and leaves is a. Feb 10, So, if you are wanting to declare your landscape a ‘cupcake-free’ zone, I have something I think you’re gonna love.

Here are a few tips on maintaining healthy plants: Avoid overwatering because Texas sage rots easily.

I invite you to check out my popular online shrub pruning workshop where I teach you how to maintain flowering shrubs by pruning twice a year or less.

Hundreds of students have taken the course and are reaping the rewards of a beautiful Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. of Spring. While this may appear drastic, the shrub will recover quickly and it is common for a shrub to regain half its former height during the first season.

Common shrubs we use rejuvenation pruning on: Texas Rangers, Cassias & Oleanders.

Dormant shrubs should be rejuvenation pruned in February in time to allow the new spring growth to come. Jan 24, The Texas sage or Texas ranger shrub (Leusophyllum frutescens) is a favorite of gardeners in the Sonoran desert. A native of the Chihuahuan desert, it is drought-tolerant, easy to grow in Tucson Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.