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If you cannot bear to part with all the blooms for the entire season, consider.



Sep 21, Prune viburnum bushes in the spring as soon as the last flowers fade. Snowball bushes bloom on old wood or last season's growth. Pruning any time past late summer will risk removing precious bloom buds. The snowball bush, a cherished, old fashioned garden shrub that produces fluffy balls of summery white blooms, is a member of the Viburnum genus.

Prune only after the bush has finished blooming. Blooms appear on the previous year's growth. It is essential not to cut this prior to the arrival of spring blossoms. If your Snowball is already mature, you can grow more bushes using cuttings from a healthy plant.





Test branches to see if the wood is soft. If the branch bends before breaking in two, it can be cut off using sharp pruning shears and planted stem-down to grow new bushes.



Saturate the rooting medium thoroughly by running water over it.



When to Plant Your Snowball Bush. Depending on the species or cultivar, snowball plants can bloom as early as March and into June, so you'll have to deadhead the plant throughout the blooming period. 2 Cut off all dead blossoms at. Jun 15, Pruning Snowball Bush Viburnum.

Prune lightly if needed (for example, if you are growing it in a tight spot) just after the flowering period is over. You can cut the flowers to use in floral displays- if you aren't cutting them, pinch off the spent blossoms to encourage new growth. Sep 21, Allow the container to drain completely.



Snowball plants thrive in United States Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 9 and bloom in early spring through early summer.



Cut a stem from the snowball bush that is the current year’s growth. Current stems on the shrub are suitable for rooting when you bend a stem and it snaps into two pieces.

Select a 6-inch stem with leaves and cut the stem just under a leaf node. Dec 17, Prune summer-blooming Annabelle and panicle hydrangeas anytime after the first hard freeze through late winter. Cut back dead or diseased.





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