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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by danp, Mar 30, 2003.
For those of you in the Northesat, do you think it is to soon to trim evergreen shrubs?
april 7 is when i start.i like waiting till the first week of may but i'll be jamming with lawn stuff at that time
Early spring is the best time to do any drop crotch pruning on shrubs such as; rhodi's, azaleas, taxus, etc.
Don't trim your azaleas untill after they bloom. About 80% of blooms grow on new wood from previous season. Trim after they bloom and next year you'll have tons of color.
Now is a good time, just have to wait for the snow to melt.
From what I understand, you can prune evergreens just about any time
With the way this winter is refusing to die be careful when you trim. We just go some snow over the weekend and it will be 75 by Wednesday. What is going on?
Is there a problem pruning evergreens in the winter? I can't see what that wuold be. The shrub is dormant and I would think that it would less of a shock. Don't know for sure...I could be just talking out of mt butt