To prune hydrangea bushes, remove dead flowers and trim back dead blossoms and branches. Remove old wood after flowering or in early spring, depending on the variety of hydrangea. More »

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Hydrangeas should be trimmed annually, or when they grow excessively large for a given space. Varieties such as Pee Gee and smooth hydrangeas blossom better from new stalks than from older and more established woody stem... More »

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Plant a new hydrangea bush either in the early summer or fall. If moving an established hydrangea, plant it in the winter when it is dormant. 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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To prune forsythia bushes, cut back branches just before or just after the plant blooms. Cut older stems to the ground, trim back wayward canes and trim away canes that were trimmed in previous years. This can help make ... More »

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To prune a hydrangea bush, sanitize bypass pruners, remove dead flowers and broken canes, shape the bush, cut back crossing canes, and remove a third of the oldest canes. The supplies you need for this one-hour procedure... More »

A weeping cherry tree is an ornamental tree that flowers in spring with an abundance of pink or white blossoms covering arched branches. There are several varieties of the weeping cherry tree ranging in size from 8 to 40... More »