Originally Posted by Patriot Services
Any shrub or plant will eventually outgrow itself and become too woody and hollow. Improper AND infrquent pruning leads to this. The owners of formal lanscapes usually understand this and can afford to replace them as needed.
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Can you tell me how you might go about correcting this(too woody or hollow
) without yanking out the shrub row?
How do define infrequent and do you consider that improper vs. (frequent)?