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} Plant trimming is shaping. This can be done any time of year in South Florida. Hard pruning - cutting back up to one-third to even one-half of a plant - should only be done in warm months March 15th through October 15th.

Always water well before giving a plant a hard pruning. If your goal is to stimulate a vigorous burst of new growth in the spring, the best time to trim your tree is in the winter dormant season. If your goal is to direct the growth by slowing the branches you don’t want, or to slow the development of a tree or branch, the best time to trim is summer, soon after the seasonal growth is treetrimmers.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins.

In general terms, we want to prune after flowering is finished but before budding begins. You want to prune before buds are set to keep from disturbing the following year’s blooms.



Most trees and shrubs that bloom in summer are usually best pruned in the dormant period in late winter or very early spring before new growth begins.



As a rule, flowering plants that bloom in early spring on old wood (or growth from the previous season), like azaleas, should be pruned a week or two after flowering. Jan 04, Pruning: Prune azaleas right after the plants finish blooming.

This is the time to shape your azaleas. If you are pruning flowering shrubs or trees, prune after the last flowers have withered but before the new buds have set.





This guarantees a well-shaped tree or shrub and keeps you from removing the buds for next year’s treetrimmers.pwted Reading Time: 7 mins. Dec 28, Pruning- it’s a hot topic in landscaping, and honestly, everyone’s got an opinion on it. Some pruning purists claim that winter pruning is often revered as the best time to prune your plants, while others claim that pruning is an ongoing battle that knows no seasonal bounds.

We’re not here to comment on anyone’s specific opinions or tastes, but we will bring our Florida perspective to this Author: Landcrafters.





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