When do you prune golden cypress bushes?

Answer Just about anytime but fall, when they would not have time to grow, and would look scalped until the following spring. The ideal time to trim non-flowering evergreens like cypress is at the end of ... Read More »

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When do I prune my rose bushes?

You should prune most types of rose bushes in the spring. A rule of thumb is to prune when forsythia is blooming. You should prune ramblers and once-blooming old roses, such as Damask and Moss rose... Read More »

When do you prune holly bushes?

Most holly bushes are evergreens. The evergreen pruning advice from the University of Rhode Island is that "dead, diseased and broken wood can be removed at any time of year. The best time for gene... Read More »

When can you prune rose bushes?

Roses such as tea roses, which bloom on new growth, should be pruned in the spring. Roses that bloom on old wood respond best to fall pruning. If in doubt, prune off dead wood in the spring when ... Read More »

When do you prune blueberry bushes?

Blueberry bushes should be pruned in the winter so that fruit can grow properly for the next picking season. Pruning a blueberry bush is done so that it does not become overgrown and stays healthy,... Read More »