How to Prune Bottlebrush Shrubs?

Answer Bottlebrush shrubs are a favorite landscaping plant for gardeners to plant for their bright, spiky blossoms. Flowers can grow to 5 inches in length and 2 inches in width. According to Mississippi S... Read More »

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How do I prune bottlebrush?

SpringShape the bottlebush plant early in the spring by trimming back the tips of its branches 2 to 3 inches only if shaping is needed. Prune the bush at the first sign of new growth before its flo... Read More »

How do I prune old shrubs?

When to PruneThin out evergreen and deciduous shrubs grown for foliage in late winter, before new growth starts. Prune spring blooming shrubs in early summer, after they have flowered. Prune shrubs... Read More »

How to Prune Shrubs?

Pruning is an important part of maintaining healthy shrubs. Pruning shrubs is typically done to stimulate the direction of new growth or to thin the excessive growth of a shrub. Each method require... Read More »

How do I prune lilac shrubs?

Cut Dead BloomsCut blooms from the lilac bush with pruning shears soon after they have died. Cut 3 to 4 inches behind the dead blooms. Do not wait too long to prune dead blooms from the lilac bush,... Read More »