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Jun 26, Timing is the Decisive Factor in Pruning Lilacs If you want to have your blooms next year, it is crucial to prune in those first few weeks after blooming ends. Ideally, this is when you would do maintenance pruning each year. But I get so lazy busy, I end up with a ten foot bush Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

Jul 14, Lilacs grow the next season’s flower buds in early summer, immediately after their flowers fade. If you put off pruning until later in the season, you risk removing the developing buds.

This is equally true for lilacs such as Bloomerang Purple that bloom twice a year.



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By pruning the bush after its initial bloom, you encourage new growth and more flowers in its second bloom in early treecutter.pwg: Bradenton FL. Nov 27, If a lilac bush has become extremely overgrown, plan on cutting back the plant over a period of three years.

Each year after the flowers have bloomed and died, prune one-third of the lilac. Begin by cutting off the oldest branches first.

A severely overgrown bush may also be pruned down to Missing: Bradenton FL. Jun 10, Don't prune later in the summer or fall.





This annual pruning should take place during spring (May or June in the northern hemisphere, around September to November in the southern hemisphere). Such pruning will encourage the development of new buds, which will continue maturing over the year before they bloom the following treecutter.pw: K. Prune three of the oldest stems at ground level, beginning in the lilac’s third growing season. Removing old growth renews the lilac and provides aeration for the center of the plant.

If the lilac Missing: Bradenton FL.





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