The best time to prune a dogwood tree is after it has finished blooming for the season, usually in late summer or early fall. Pruning a dogwood tree in spring or summer leaves it open to disease from insects and risks da... More »

Dogwood bushes should be pruned during the early spring months. Trimming them at this time ensures they grow new stems by late spring and summer. Consumers can also prune in late winter to ensure the shrubs sprout new st... More »

The best time to transplant a dogwood tree is when it is dormant in the winter or before the leaves come out in the spring. This gives the tree time to rebound before it blooms. Care must be taken in the winter to transp... More »

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Prune a dogwood tree by cutting back diseased, damaged and dead limbs, removing twigs and suckers, and pruning for size and shape. Focus on heavy pruning during the tree's dormant period in the winter and do lighter prun... More »

The best time to transplant a dogwood tree is when it is dormant in the winter or before the leaves come out in the spring. This gives the tree time to rebound before it blooms. Care must be taken in the winter to transp... More »

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The best time to plant seedling pine trees is late summer or early fall, when soil temperatures are between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Exact planting times vary according to local climate, with warmer southern climate... More »

The best time to prune azalea bushes is in the late spring and early summer, while boxwoods can be pruned at any point in the year except for late fall. The reason for pruning determines how the bushes should be pruned. More »

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