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Mar 10, Using hand pruners (never hedge shears), renew neglected clumps by cutting one-third of the main stalks to the ground every year for three years. Maintain a natural appearance by pruning each stalk to a different height, cutting back to a tuft of foliage. Also, remove old and weak branches to encourage new stumpfalling.pwg: Hobe Sound. Feb 26, The best time to prune nandina is in winter, when it is dormant. As far as how, the folks at Texas A&M University recommend cutting about a quarter of the stems down to the ground.

Then cut a third of the total stem height off one out of every four remaining stems. Next, prune about one quarter of the stems two-third of the height of the stumpfalling.pwg: Hobe Sound. Oct 25, Prune nandinas in mid to late winter.

While you can generally prune nandinas any time of the year, winter is the best time to prune. Not only is the plant dormant, but you can use the pruned stems in floral arrangements. The combination of bright green leaves and red berries is quite festive%(44). Dec 09, Prevent nandina from becoming top heavy or developing a leggy appearance by cutting it back during late winter or early spring. Many nandina enthusiasts prefer a Missing: Hobe Sound.

Aug 14, Get out the pruners or loppers in winter or early spring and begin. Start by cutting back heavenly bamboo canes. Take out one-third of the total number at ground level, spacing those you remove evenly throughout the bush.

Then, prune heavenly bamboo stalks – one-third of those remaining – to reduce their stumpfalling.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.





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