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Posts tagged pruning

After the Storm: Coping with Snow- and Ice-Damaged Trees and Shrubs


Have winter storms battered your landscape? When the weather finally clears, it’s time to evaluate the damage done to your landscape plants by wind, snow and ice. Here are some things to consider: Be safe. Steer clear of hazards, such as downed or sagging power lines, large cracked limbs and trunks, and hanging branches. Notify […]

Prune Hydrangea Bushes at the Right Time


When do you prune hydrangeas? Well, it depends. Some hydrangeas bloom on current season’s growth and should be pruned in late winter or early spring, before the shrub begins active growth. These include several varieties that have become quite popular: Limelight, Quickfire, Burgundy Lace, as well as the classic “snowball” types, such as Annabelle. Another […]

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