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I just trimmed it down to about 1 foot and now it's back.



Sep 17, Shrubs that aren't properly pruned over the years can become tall and leggy, bushy and oversized, or just plain ugly.



And no two plants



But renovating them is simple. In early spring, cut them down to within a few inches of the soil. Over the next few years, the plants will typically regrow in their natural form with healthy, vigorous growth.

Proposed trimming that will result in reducing the plant to a height of less than 42 inches for shrubs and less than six feet for trees, or completely destroy it, will not be exempt from the permitting process. The Department will consider the site-specific information, including the possible adverse impacts to the beach and dune system from the activity, as part of its determination of whether or not to permit the File Size: KB.

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. This isn't necessary for shaping, just heavy pruning. Wait at least an hour after watering to start cutting.

Apr 20, DO Prune Flowering Shrubs at the Right Time of Year Spring-flowering shrubs, such as lilac and forsythia, develop buds that will display the following year during the Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Melbourne Beach, Florida.

Miami, Florida(3 reports) New Port Richey, Florida a butterfly draw. Neighbor has one, doesn't prune and it is at least 10' tall and 6' wide. I'm more interested in small shrubs so I cut it back after the winter frost like it's a hibiscus (they're both in the same bed). On Jun 5,Chris_Lorry from Vero Family: Rubiaceae. In a"normal" winter most South Florida landscape plants, when placed correctly, do just fine.

A few may lose some leaves, but flush out again in spring.



In early spring, cut them down to within a few inches of the soil.



But some winters are harsher than others. No matter how diligent you are about cold protection, you may lose some plants to winter weather.





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