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When & How to #Prune Salvia #Plants! #garden #gardening

The key to keeping #redsalvia blooming is to #prune! A few weeks ago we #pruned the dead stalks & now we have gorgeous #red #redflowers #redflower that #hummingbird #hummingbirds #love! #flower #flowerphotography #flowerstagram #flowerpic #flowerphoto #flowerphotos #flowersofinstagram #flowerlove #flowerlovers. #container #containergarden #containergardening #containers #inmygardentoday #inmygarden #garden #gardening A post shared by itsgardeningtime (@itsgardeningtime) on Sep […]

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Cut Back Blue Coreopsis in Early Spring! #gardeningtips

It’s early Spring in the mid-Atlantic area of the U.S.A. and it’s a perfect time to prune our Blue Coreopsis shrub! Why? Blue Coreopsis blooms gorgeous blue flowers in Autumn, so pruning now avoids damaging flower buds and gives the shrub a boost. It is not necessary to fertilize Blue Coreopsis, but we do spread […]


#Pruning #Tropical #Cannas! #prune #flowers

        Tropical Cannas bloom large flowers throughout the Summer. The best way to encourage consistent blooms is to prune or deadhead just after the blooms fades. Tropical Cannas also like water and fertilizer such as Espoma FT4 4-Pound Flower-tone 3-4-5 blossom booster Plant Food. The below video shows what happens to Tropical […]

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Why #Prune #Liriope in Early #Spring? #pruning #howtoprune

    Variegated Liriope is a perennial groundcover that provides interest year round. The spike leaves are light green and white in color. We have Variegated Liriope in our Front Sidewalk Garden. Why cut back Liriope in early Spring? It forces fresh, new growth! For beginner gardeners, Liriope is an excellent choice! It is a […]


Best Time to #Prune Flowering #Shrubs? #shrub #pruning

                  The best time to prune flowering shrubs is just after they have bloomed, but before they set bud for their next blooming cycle. For example, our Snowmound Spirea blooms in mid-Spring every year. It only blooms once per year, so we prune it in early Fall. […]

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#Prune Non-Flowering #Shrubs in Early #Spring! #howtoprune

    Early Spring is an excellent time to prune non-flowering shrubs and evergreens! Our Front Sidewalk Garden showcases a green and yellow Euonymus shrub, which provides color all year long. The leaves are glossy and showy. It requires very little maintenance; just prune with quality pruning shears such as Fiskars 25-33 Inch Power-Lever Extendable […]


Why #Prune #Flowers? #flowerpower #flower #pruning

Removing old blooms will help annuals bloom continuously. Dead blooms steal nutrients from the plant, so pruning or deadheading, will keep the plant healthy and productive. Use a gardening tool, such as pruning shears (Fiskars Traditional Bypass Pruning Shears (9109)), to remove the old blooms. Be sure to clean the pruning shears before starting, and […]

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