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Reader Success Stories Anonymous Jul 16,



May 05, The best time to trim azaleas is after the blossoms have faded, but before the new blossom buds have started. The next year’s blossoms typically start forming at the beginning of July, so you must prune an azalea bush before then. If you prune azaleas after the beginning of July, you may not get any flowers on the bush next bushclean.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.

For major pruning, the best time is in early spring before the plant is ready to put out new growth, so it has the full growing season to fill out and for the new growth to mature.





When pruning azaleas to reduce height, particularly older plants, it is best to do the pruning in stages, to minimize the shock to the bushclean.pwted Reading Time: 1 min. The ideal time to give your azaleas a trim is within a three-week period after they finish blooming in spring.

This gives the azaleas plenty of time to make flower buds (which appear as pale, fuzzy buds curled tight on the tips of branches) for next year.



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If you wait until the late summer or fall to prune, you risk cutting off the flower buds and all you will get next year is a bush full of green bushclean.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Sep 17, Always prune your plants in late spring or early summer, shortly after flowering, because azaleas set their flower buds for next year during the summer. Prune too late and chances increase that you will remove flower buds.

Several light prunings early in the growing season will help your azalea develop the nicest form. Remove shaded-out branches first, since these often become dead wood.



Large plantings should be protected by fungicide sprays starting at budbreak and continuing every ten days as needed.



When To Prune Azaleas Prune azaleas soon after they bloom in the spring or early summer. The perfect time is when spent flowers begin to discolor and shrivel. Cutting them back in late summer, fall, or winter will remove flowerbuds and keep them from bushclean.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Pruning. Pruning is necessary to obtain a full, well-branched azalea. Several light prunings early in the active growing season will result in compact growth and numerous branches on the present season's growth.

Terminal vegetative growth stops after flower initiation and subsequent bud development.



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