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Dec 28, Landcrafters is here for your winter pruning needs! No matter what you need pruning- small shrubs to enormous trees and beyond- we can help you tackle your pruning problems. We encourage you to reach out to our expert team directly through our contact page or give us a call atWhen it comes to taking care of your winter pruning, there’s no better Florida expert Author: Landcrafters. Prune flowering hedges after they've bloomed in order to avoid cutting off buds.

Renovating Shrubs. If you've seen older shrubs that look like giant stems of broccoli, then you've seen shrubs that are ready for renovation. Shrubs that aren't properly pruned over the years can become tall and leggy, bushy and oversized, or just plain ugly.

This can be done any time of year in South Florida. Hard pruning - cutting back up to one-third to even one-half of a plant - should only be done in warm months March 15th through October 15th. Always water well before giving a plant a hard pruning. The best time to rejuvenate large, overgrown shrubs is late winter or early spring (March or early April).

Heavy pruning in late winter or early spring will reduce or eliminate the flower display for 2 or 3 years.



For larger trees, this is best left to a professional.



However, rejuvenation pruning will restore the health of the shrubs. A good rule of thumb is that if the plant blooms on new growth, it can be pruned in winter, before the new season’s growth begins and after the final bloom of the year.

Be careful with spring-blooming shrubs- those usually can’t be pruned in winter without damaging the flower buds and ruining the blooming treechopping.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins.





This is the time of year when they’ve halted active growth and have hunkered down for the cold weather. Because of this dormancy, late winter and early spring are typically the best times to make any adjustments to the shapes of many trees and shrubs.



It would appear I have infringed two rules: I pruned too early in winter and may have approached the no more than a third of the bush limit.



You want to prune hard at the end of winter or very early spring BEFORE any new growth starts. This allows the plant to put its energy towards.





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