Blog posts tagged in Pruning
We love these portable, pocket gardens that grab the attention of every gardener and guest, and we want to help you have great success this year with your containers and hanging baskets.
"If you love it you will prune it." My garden friend’s father says this and I have to say it is pretty sound gardening advice. Most plants, especially shrubs and woody perennials can benefit from a strong pruning.
Q: Gardener from Henrico, VA asked... I haven't pruned my hydrangeas or azaleas since this past September. Can I do it now?
Don’t Be Shy: Cut These Plants Back Before Spring!
March is an ideal time to cut back the following garden plants. It is a much easier task before the new growth appears.