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Michele Riley on Jun 16,



Apr 24, Limelight hydrangeas will provide new flowers on new wood only, so the best time to prune Limelight hydrangeas needs to be done at the end of winter or the beginning of Spring, before any new growth starts to show itself. If you prune your limelight hydrangea at any other time of the year it can interrupt your flower growth and you might not get any new treechopping.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Sep 11, Prune in late winter/early spring when your plant is winterized.

You can prune limelight hydrangeas at any time of the year, because they are hearty plants. However, it is easiest to prune %(12). The Limelight hydrangea may be pruned in fall, winter or early spring, but never in late spring or summer while the plant is developing flowers.



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Fall pruning is best done only in mild winter climates, such as in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 and 8. Pruning – Panicle hydrangeas bloom on new stems that grow each year. Even when cold winters kill stems to the ground, Limelight bounces back with new stems and flowers. Prune Limelight back by one-third to one-half its size in late winter or early treechopping.pw: Pennington Fertilizer.

Mar 05, Since the panicle hydrangeas (including Limelight) bloom on new wood that develops in the current season, they can be pruned any time of the year without cutting off future flower buds. We like to prune in late winter when the shrub is still leafless so we have the best view of the branch structure.



Along the Gulf Coast, the green blooms appear as early as late May and June.



Nov 01, Late fall/early winter is the best time, I'll be cutting mine down here shortly but we already have snow on the ground and its been consistently freezing for a week.

You definitely want the plant to be"hibernating" and no longer growing before you prune it:).





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