Shrubs to Prune in Spring

Blog 24/3/2011 No Comments

Most summer-flowering shrubs (blooming after mid-June) should be pruned while dormant in late winter or early spring. The exception is the blue or pink ‘snowball’-type Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla). These Hydrangeas bloom on last fall’s growth, which is why they sometimes do not bloom after a severe winter. The exceptions to that rule are some of the new varieties of Hydrangea that ha...

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