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Spirea bushes are ornamental plants that boast small, colorful flowers. In order to encourage growth and healthy plants, prune your bushes by following a few simple tips. All you will need are pruning shears and a bleach... More »

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Bridal wreath spireas can be pruned after flowering. Japanese and bumald spireas must be pruned in early spring for best flowering. Dead, broken and diseased branches can be removed at any time. More »

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Pruning rose bushes results in large flowers, growth at eye level, thicker canes and less disease, according to Jonathan Landsman for About.com. These benefits prolong the life of the rose bush and enhance the beauty of ... More »

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Prune spirea immediately after the spring bloom season, according to SFGate. Pruning can make some spirea varieties have a second bloom season. Spirea grows in USDA Hardiness Zones of 5 to 9. More »

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Bridal wreath spireas can be pruned after flowering. Japanese and bumald spireas must be pruned in early spring for best flowering. Dead, broken and diseased branches can be removed at any time. More »

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To prune a spirea bush, remove the tips at the beginning of spring, maintain the shape during the summer, remove overgrown stems and branches during the fall, and cut dead or damaged branches during the winter. Pruning s... More »

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Elderberry bushes are flowering plants that belong to the Adoxaceae family, recognizable by their umbels of five-petaled flowers and known for their distinctive scent. The leaves of the elderberry bush have fine to nine ... More »

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