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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by bob, Mar 19, 2009.
Please identify this shrub. Also, should it be cut back or left alone. thanks
looks like a spirea. You can trim it back or leave it alone, I'd cut it back.
Tumbleweed. Pull it out.
like this in the summer? i had these out front of the townhome i lived in. stihl hedge trimmer at the end of fall worked great. dont know when the best time to trim these is, but i would assume during dormancy i guess.
how bout the rhodo on the side!
From the picture I'd say it is a Spirea also. They should be trimmed after flowering (mid to late summer depending on variety).