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Old 10-10-2012, 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by lukemelo216 View Post
Flowering shrubs such as azalea rhodos lilcas magnolia etc get pruned right after flowering in the spring. Yes once a year is more than sufficient for these shrubs. We do the normal pruning after they flower and then throughout the year just prune broken branches diseased branches shoots and suckers etc. We wont do a full pruning where we thin it out etc because then they wont flower
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I was thinking the same thing. Once over just after blooms are spent and then small hand clipping for overgrowth or dead limbs
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