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Jun 27, Every year, in late winter, you'll want to remove about a third of the old, most faded stems from your Dogwood shrub, cutting them back to the ground. Also cut out any damaged or dead stems. This method will encourage more new, brightly colored stems to emerge when the plant emerges from dormancy in stumplopping.pwg: Molino FL. Otherwise, late fall or early spring is the best time to prune variegated dogwoods.

Additional dogwood trees or shrubs can be propagated using the pruned suckers to start a new plant. WarningsMissing: Molino FL.

Other flowering variegated shrubs that should be pruned in late fall or winter include butterfly bush (Buddleja davidii), red twig and yellow twig dogwood (Cornus sericea) and deciduous hollies Missing: Molino FL. After the dogwood shrub has finished blooming in the spring, you can “shape” the plant by cutting back wild stems and evening up the foliage.



Most average garden soils fall between a pH range of 5.



This can be done until July. After July and into the fall you shouldn’t prune the shrub because it will encourage new Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Planting, Pruning and Caring. Plant Variegated Red Twig Dogwood in full sun to partial shade. Water it regularly. Prune as needed in the spring to bring out new growth. If you coppice the plant every three years, you get all new red stems. If you prune annually do Missing: Molino FL. Prefers enriched, evenly moist, well-drained soils but highly adaptable; tolerates dry conditions and wet soils once established.

Water deeply, regularly during first growing season to establish an extensive root system. Fertilize in spring. To encourage bright red stems, hard Missing: Molino FL. Jun 27, To remove your Dogwood shrub from the container it was growing in, firmly grasp the base of the plant and very gently try to lift and remove it from its container.



Water thoroughly until water starts to drain from the holes in the bottom of the container.



If the rootball is stuck in the container either cut the container away or place the plant on it's side and gently pound on the side of the container to loosen the stumplopping.pwg: Molino FL.

Nov 08, This is a large, mounding shrub with mature heights of eight to 12 feet and widths of 12 to 18 feet. Also known as mock orange, it’s waterwise and can withstand some drought. Exposure to salt and pollution are not a problem. Best uses include mass plantings, hedging, and privacy screening. Prune as desired for tree-like potted stumplopping.pwg: Molino FL.





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