Jun 22, Pruning forsythia is essential to control this growth.
Trimming a forsythia while it’s young will help control their shape and size. When to Prune Forsythia. The best time for trimming forsythia is in the spring after the blooms fade. Pruning forsythia in late summer or fall will reduce the number of flowers in the spring since these shrubs bloom on old wood and set their flower buds soon after new. We offer trimming and pruning services to residential and commercial property owners in Roswell, Woodstock, and Alpharetta, GA, as well as other areas in or nearby Cherokee County.
In addition to shrubs and hedges, our landscaping company can also trim small trees that are 15 feet or shorter.
Also have several neighbors interested in pruning service." - Homeowner in"Large fallen oak in back yard that needs to be removed as well as a quote for dropping a maple with hollow half way up." - Homeowner in"Pruning over sized tree in a small front yard so that proper sunlight can get on the Bermuda." - Homeowner in Jan 08, Like many perennials, spring is the best time for pruning forsythia.
Do this later in the spring after the blooms fade and the leaves are starting to grow. If you wait until summer or fall to trim forsythia bushes, you’ll find that the number of flowers that you get the next spring will.