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} - Serving the Pinellas Park area - Get Contacted Quickly - Residential and Commercial Services If you are interested in requesting a quote or if you would like to schedule service please fill out our fast contact form, tell us about your bush trimming needs, and we will connect you with someone who can help you. Timing is the key to pruning deciduous shrub. For lush growth, spring flowering shrubs require trimming as soon as the blooms fade.

Do not leave a stud; make the cut as cleanly as possible against the remaining branch, on younger shrubs, prune branches back to non-flowering shoots or back to healthy buds pointing in the direction you want the shrub to grow. Prune only after the bush has finished blooming. Blooms appear on the previous year's growth. It is essential not to cut this prior to the arrival of spring blossoms.

This plant self-seeds so be prepared to pull up baby shoots around the mama plant. Trim for size occasionally, cut back a bit harder in spring (late March to early April). Water on a regular basis but don't keep the area overly wet. Fertilize 3 times a year (in spring, summer and autumn) with a quality granular fertilizer. Dec 17, Cut branches on Annabelles back to between 4 and 10 inches tall each year. Pruning closer to the ground encourages fewer, larger flowers.



To keep it small, you 'll have to prune it every year after flowering.



If you're training your Snowball Viburnum Shrub to provide a lot of blooms, prune it back in spring after it has begun blooming to encourage more growth. On the other hand, if the branches have become too long and you're more concerned with shaping a mature. How to Prune a Japanese Snowball Prune Japanese snowball in early to mid-summer, after the bush finishes blooming.

Put on gloves and safety glasses to protect your hands, skin and eyes. Prune and remove any dead branches, using anvil pruners for branches under five-eighths inch and loppers for branches up to 2 1/2 inches in diameter. Depending on the species or cultivar, snowball plants can bloom as early as March and into June, so you'll have to deadhead the plant throughout the blooming period.

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