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As with all evergreen shrubs, they are best pruned in.



Timing is the key to pruning deciduous shrub. For lush growth, spring flowering shrubs require trimming as soon as the blooms fade. Do not leave a stud; make the cut as cleanly as possible against the remaining branch, on younger shrubs, prune branches back to non-flowering shoots or back to healthy buds pointing in the direction you want the shrub to treefall.pwon: The Villages, FL. Mar 13, When cutting back mountain laurel, older, tired branches can actually be rejuvenated by cutting them all the way back to the ground.





Mountain laurel plants are very forgiving about hard pruning. However, a general rule of thumb when pruning trees and shrubs, is to never remove more than 1/3 of the plant in one treefall.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Laurels can be cut back as hard as you like from early spring through until late summer (late August). If after that time, then the best time to cut back hard in late winter. The new growth will soon start to shoot out as soon as the spring warmth begins.



As they are normally grown as ground covering shrubs, pruning is mostly not required.



The other two trees are oak trees and probably need to be trimmed and shaped but are not nearly as troublesome as is the one palm.

Please advise. New. Project Location: The Villages, FL Date: 06/21/ Tree or Shrub: Shrubs or bushes. Tree Service Need: Trimming or thinning. Location: Home/Residence. Yes, in general, you can cut Cherry Laurel, Portugal Laurel and Bay Laurel right back to the stump and it will re-shoot.

If you just want to trim the sides back hard then this will also re-shoot. It is best done in late spring when your Laurel is starting to grow again as any brown branches will soon be covered in new shoots if you do it at this time of year. Nov 16, Cut back mountain laurels to an overall height of 6 inches to 1 foot when they become leggy -- lose foliage in the bottom third of the plant -- or no longer flower well in the late winter to early.





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