Gardenia bushes add soft white flowers and deep green leaves to gardens and landscapes. According to SFGate, they add both beauty and fragrance to the landscape. Regular trimming encourages new growth and a healthy plant... More »

To trim bushes, prune the damaged, crossing or unsightly branches just above a leaf node, or the nub on a branch where a leaf emerges. Damaged branches can be removed any time, but pruning flowering bushes at the wrong t... More »

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The type of bush determines when the bush should be trimmed. Foliage bushes are trimmed throughout the year, and flowering and evergreen bushes are trimmed according to their new growth cycles. More »

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Most rose bushes do best following a pruning in early spring, after the leaf buds begin to swell but before the leaves emerge. The exceptions are rose varieties that bloom from last year's wood instead of from new growth... More »

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Drawing bushes along with trees and other foliage is an essential skill for drawing or painting realistic environments, especially gardens and other exterior landscapes. More »

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Fixes for yellowing gardenia leaves include cutting back on watering, adjusting the pH of the soil and adding magnesium or iron, according to Gardening Know How. Chlorosis, or the condition that causes yellowing of the l... More »

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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