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Prune these shrubs in late winter or early spring before growth begins. Do not prune deciduous shrubs in late summer. Pruning shrubs in August or early September may encourage a late flush of growth.

This new growth may not harden sufficiently before the arrival of cold weather and be susceptible to winter injury. This technique entails removing each branch back to a larger branch or bud. When pruning back to a bud, cut the branch on a slight angle to within ¼ inch above the bud.

DO NOT leave a stub. Disinfect your pruning tools with alcohol or a 10% bleach solution after each cut to avoid spreading diseases. Tree Service and Shrub Care in Springfield, VA. Bartlett's Northern Virginia Tree Service. LL Loisdale Road Springfield, VA Office Hours. Monday through Friday a.m. – p.m. Springfield, VA View all testimonials for Springfield, VA.

Excellent work done. Patrick and his crew went beyond our stumpcutter.buzzon: LL Loisdale Road, Springfield,VA. Apr 02, Late winter and early spring are ideal times for pruning many shrubs. At this time, shrubs are leafless, so you are better able to see the overall shape of the shrub and easily identify dead, damaged, diseased wood and structural defects.

Because pruning stimulates new growth, late summer and fall pruning are not desirable pruning times as new growth at that Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Sep 26, Pruning Flowering Shrubs. The correct time to prune your flowering shrubs depends on when they flower. A rough rule of thumb is to prune spring-blooming shrubs soon after they finish flowering because most bloom on old wood, while those that bloom in summer and fall usually bloom on new wood and can be pruned in late winter or very early stumpcutter.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins.

prune these shrubs in the winter months, you will remove many of the flower buds that would produce blooms the following spring. Spring flowering shrubs should be pruned as soon as the flowers fade in the spring before new growth starts.

Pruned plants will have larger flowers than unpruned ones.