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Sep 25, Late spring is an excellent time to prune evergreen shrubs in the landscape. Pruning just after the emergence of the spring growth will provide a basis for helping to shape the plant while retaining the natural look. What equipment will I need? Equipment needed for evergreen shrub pruning will include a pair of hand clippers and maybe loppers. Evergreen Shrubs. Prune evergreen shrubs, such as juniper and yew, in late March or early April before new growth begins. Light pruning may also be done in mid-summer.

Avoid pruning evergreen shrubs in the fall. Fall pruned evergreens are more susceptible to winter injury. Deciduous Trees. February through March is generally regarded as the best time to prune most deciduous trees.



Deciduous trees can be pruned at other times of the year with little or no negative consequences.



A. The first step in pruning evergreens is to identify them, because they're not all created equal when it comes to pruning.

To help you identify the evergreens in your landscape, click here. Once you know which evergreens you're dealing with, I generally recommend pruning them between mid-June and mid-July. By then, their new growth has pretty much finished elongating, which allows you to get a sense.





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