Whether a holly bush can be pruned in the fall depends on the type of holly bush. Most holly bushes should be pruned when they're dormant in the winter. More »

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Prune a rose bush by choosing the right time, removing damaged and dead branches, trimming off weak branches, pruning away suckers and shaping the remaining branches. The timing and particulars of this project depends on... More »

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The best time to prune roses is right before their active growing season begins, which occurs when the leaf buds begin to swell and turn reddish. Waiting to prune until after the second or third growing season ensures th... 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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Prune a snowball viburnum bush by sterilizing the equipment, cutting off flowers and cutting back the older branches before the fall. To complete this project, you need bleach, a bowl of water, two clean cloths and pruni... More »

Gardeners should only prune rose bushes in zone 4 in the fall to remove damaged, diseased or dead canes, as well as any long canes that are subject to damage by winter winds. Avoid additional pruning, so you do not encou... More »

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The berries on holly bushes are poisonous. Consumption of the berries can cause dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea and even death. In addition to the berries, holly leaves are also unsafe to eat. They can also cause stomach... More »

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